Former Northern Province Chief Minister and one-time close associate of the Tamil National Alliance (TNA) C.V. Wigneswaran has said that he is prepared to disband his new political party and go home if the Tamils are not prepared to fight for their rights.
Speaking to The Sunday Morning newspaper, Wigneswaran has said that he was interested in the future of the Tamils in this country since the plight of the Tamils was worsening day by day.
“Unless there is a change of course in our national political journey, I see disaster ahead. I see no statesmen in the horizon, only politicians. They are interested in the next election and the benefits their offices would bring them,” he said.
Wigneswaran also reiterated that Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe and former President Mahinda Rajapaksa must form an alliance facilitated by President Maithripala Sirisena to address the national issue.