Gota Go Gama activist Dhaniz Ali arrested inside flight

Gota Go Gama activist Dhaniz Ali, who forcibly entered the Sri Lanka Rupavahini Corporation on 13th July, was arrested inside a plane at the Bandaranaike International Airport (BIA) while attempting to leave the country.

Airport officials asked the activist to leave the aircraft but he refused to do so.

He refused to disembark and protested inside the plane and got the support of some passengers.

The Police later boarded the plane and removed him with the support of airport officers.

He was taken to the Police for further questioning.

Dhaniz Ali was set to leave for Dubai at the time of the arrest. (Colombo Gazette)

4 COMMENTS

  1. This is the guy who tried to take over the state media and forced them to make a broadcast. Legally let’s see what charges are brought against him.

    This so called protester has a questionable background doesn’t he? Some say he has connections with Namal Rajapaksa.

    He is supposedly Sri Lanka’s first Football researcher what ever that is!

    Some connections to the football federation of Sri Lanka it seems (who’s the politician who put him there)?

    And some poor true protesters are getting fooled into sympathizing with this political plant with some agenda?

    Think before you fall for these gimmicks!
    Hope investigations reveal the truth and who is behind this guy.

  2. While I was in Sri Lanka I taught English voluntarily. It was very difficult because I wasn’t getting enough sleep.

  3. I thought I would be safe under Ranil Wickremesinghe who has a law degree. But the reality was far from it. Literally, it was impossible to sleep peacefully even one night. Thugs(western and Indian puppets) or police (bribed by thugs) were constantly knocking my front door. Sometimes middle of the night, sometimes 4 o’clock in the morning. Thugs were threatening me to kill me. But the Police will come and say ‘we have a complaint about you.’ No wonder why they don’t have food to eat, fual to travel and no medicines to cure their illness. The foolish leaders have failed to secure the country. It has become a playground of the foreign powers. This is the outcome of non alliance.

    I have lived in Sri Lanka between 2015 and 2017. This is what the good governance government under Ranil Wickremesinghe did to me.

    In 2015, Sri Lankans laughed at me during my speech for the position of Vice Chancellor at the University of Colombo. I gave a speech on how I intend to raise the standard of Colombo University by collaborating with the National University of Singapore (NUS). During my speech they shouted at me ‘this is Sri Lanka not Singapore.’ In 2017, a foreign puppet who didn’t even pass high school sprayed pepper spray into my eyes and robbed my laptop, Australian passport, and smart phone. I have a witness, I identified the culprit and lodged six complaints with the Sri Lankan police, but the police did nothing. Not a single Sri Lankan media reported the incident.

  4. Sri Lanka is a dangerous play ground of the foreign powers. Wait and see Ranil Wickremesinghe’s fate. If he leans too much either side, he is gone. However, he can’t carry on forever without choosing the western powers or the Rajapaksas. Remember, Easter Sunday bombings, the dark forces will destroy you into pieces.

    I have learned my lesson while living in Sri Lanka between 2015 and 2017.

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