Friday, January 22, 2010

Alles' 'grenade attack' a propaganda gimmick

According to information received this morning (Jan 22), the 'grenade attack' at the Nawala residence of UNF member and businessman Tiran Alles has come to light as an opposition perpetrated stunt for propaganda mileage while discrediting the government for a 'spree of election violence'.

It was reported that Mr. Tiran Alles had managed to escape the 'grenade attack', surprisingly unhurt despite his vehicle and house being caught in fire. Ironically, Mangala Samaraweera master of Tiran, yesterday (Jan 21), at a press briefing slipped the word from mouth on the perpetrated attack against the latter. Mr. Samaraweera said that Tiran's life was in 'grave danger' giving way initial information into the 'attack'.

SFB urges that Mr. Magala Samaraweera to be immediately summoned by the CID for clarifications into his information and alleged connections into the 'grenade' stunt.

SFB reliably learns that the UNF will continue resorting to such shameful and violent measures during the next few days a strategy perpetrated at looming fear among general public while using its hired-goons and murder squads to rig the polls on 26th..

Earlier, SFB through well informed sources revealed UNF preparations to replicate a '1999 bomb blast' at the oppositions final propaganda rally, wooing sympathy towards Fonseka. As it came to light Mangala Samaraweera had master minded the attack with the aid of Army deserters' from Fonseka's death-squad.

It was also reported the opposition had hired a hit-man to assassinate government whip and NFF leader Wimal Weerawansa as his revelations was perceived harsh and extremely critical on the UNF and its vote base.
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