Gotabaya Rajapaksa's Chief Legal Adviser Mohamed Ali Sabry has openly acknowledged that the Sri Lanka Podujana Peramuna (SLPP) has staged the controversy in the country alleging that 4,000 Sinhalese Buddhist mothers were sterilized by Dr. Shiabdeen Mohamed Safi at Kurunegala Hospital.
A Facebook remark made by Mr. Sabry, "All extremists and nationalists must be defeated. Diversity should be a strength. Mentally disabled must be treated!" was taken into a comment conversation, during which he has acknowledged that there are more extremists in the SLPP and that the Safi Drama was staged by the SLPP.
In the comment section, one commented, "..compare to other political parties, Pohottu party full of extremists. They created the Safi Drama." In response, Mr. Sabry commented, "Yes I agree. So you need to initiate an internal dialogue, which is been done. So, secular members leaving is no solution."
President's Counsel Ali Sabry, whose reputation was in question amidst his support to Gotabaya Rajapaksa who had publically fell down in his knees and acknowledged allegiance of a key racist figure in Sri Lanka like Athuraliye Rathana Thera, has stated this comment as an unsuccessful attempt to justify his actions.
We, Lanka News Web, from the beginning, disclosed that the entire chain of events around Dr. Safi was navigated by Sri Lanka Podujana Peramuna in order to advocate communal disharmony through populating hatred to gain political benefits.
In the end, President's Counsel Ali Sabry, chief legal adviser to Gotabaya Rajapaksa, himself has admitted that the strings have been pulled by none other than the SLPP itself.
People with a sound mind must decide whether such a shameful conspiratorial crooner, racist and extremist perpetrator would be given power to rule the country.
However, Sabry, 8 hours after his comment, has published another remark on Facebook saying his early comment has been wrongly interpreted by the United National Party (UNP) and that UNP's are the biggest racists in the history of the nation who were silent spectators when Tamils were massacred in July '83.
Words may show a man's wit, but actions his meaning, said Benjamin Franklin!