Muslim MPs discuss concerns with Mahinda

A group of Muslim Parliamentarians who recently resigned from their ministerial portfolios met Opposition Leader Mahinda Rajapaksa today and discussed their concerns.

They briefed Rajapaksa on the reason for their resignation and also raised concerns over the threats faced by the Muslim community in the country.

Sri Lanka Muslim Congress (SLMC) leader Rauff Hakeem, All Ceylon Makkal Congress (ACMC) leader Rishad Bathiudeen and Parliamentarian A. H. M. Fowzie were among those who attended the discussion. (Colombo Gazette)

2 COMMENTS

  1. Former President Mahinda Rajapaksa should separate the Muslim leaders from the radicalism. Be tough on radicalism but respect the Muslim leaders. Deal with the radicalism diligently to defeat the foreigners who pulls the strings on Muslims to achieve foreign interests. The foreigners are using Muslims as they have used Tamils. Don’t hate Tamils or Muslims, but deal with them diligently to defeat the foreign power.

  2. An opportunity for the former President to strike a deal with Muslims to find a peaceful solution and also an opportunity to increase the vote bank to win the next election. I hope he has used the opportunity very well. If he hasn’t it is not too late to invite them again for a successful meeting.

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