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* Democratic Party leader asks Sri Lankans to follow Indian example in toppling a corrupt government
Fri, May 16, 2014, 11:29 pm SL Time, ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka.

May 16, Colombo: Former Army Commander of Sri Lanka and Leader of the Democratic Party, Sarath Fonseka says the Indians have set a good example by toppling the corrupt and inefficient UPA Government.

He told a news conference today that Sri Lankans should also follow the example and save the country from a corrupt regime.

Fonseka, observing that Indian people have taken a responsible decision by rejecting corruption and inefficiency and electing a new government, hailed the decision of the Indian people to topple the corrupt government that had ruled the country for 10 years.

He said that it was now time for Sri Lankans to uphold good governance and ensure that justice prevails in the country.

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