Mr. Janaka Ratnayake, Chairman of the Public Utility Commission, says that he stood for the people and believes that the real people’s representatives will consider this on behalf of him in Parliament tomorrow.
He stated that this vote is critical for Sri Lanka because it is not a no-confidence motion, but rather the government’s attempt to silence a member of an independence commission who is on the side of the consumers. With this, they fulfil their desire to get the electricity water and gas supply to their grip and manipulate it the way they desire.
MPs should coMPs should remember tomorrow that they are the people’s representatives, and the PUC also stands with the people, so any injustice to people could be stopped if they use their vote wisely.nsider tomorrow that they are the representatives of the people and the PUC too stands withe the people hence if injustice to people should be stoped forth with if they use their vote intelligently.
He mentioned this while attending a press conference held in Colombo today (23).