President Sirisena’s Broken Promise: New navy commander received a six-month extension!

The bottom line; the action by the President showing the political implications which could be adversely affected the nation.

by Our Defence Correspondent 

(November 17, 2017, Colombo, Sri Lanka Guardian) The news is just coming out from the presidential secretariat by proving the action against former Navy Commander Admiral Travis Sinniah is allegedly a form of racial discrimination.

“The President Maithripala Sirisena has granted a six-month extension for the incumbent Navy commander Vice Admiral Sirimevan Ranasinghe by breaking the promise he made before the former Navy Commander Admiral Travis Sinniah when he was requesting the service extension,” a reliable source at the Presidential Secretariat told the Sri Lanka Guardian.

During the conclave, the President has assured the former Navy Commander Admiral Travis Sinniah that there will be no one is going to get the service extension and his holy intention is to give the opportunity to all in the hierarchy to be a Commander. This absurd plan on national security came under fire when he sent the former Navy Commander home in two months by creating a hostile situation against the Sri Lanka Navy.

However, the bottom line is the action by the President showing the political implications which could be adversely affected the nation.

 

Author: Sri Lanka Guardian

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