Who Murdered Mangala Samaraweera Inside Lanka Hospital?

-By A Staff Writer

(Lanka-e-News -02.July.2024, 11.00 PM) New pieces of evidence emerged: Former Cabinet Minister and the most liberal politician of Sri Lanka was murdered by the Gotabaya Regime. Though it appeared as a Covid-19 death, the truth is far more distant.

New revelations have surfaced regarding the death of former Cabinet Minister and liberal political icon Mangala Samaraweera. Initially reported as a Covid-19 related death, emerging evidence now points towards foul play orchestrated by the Gotabaya regime.

Samaraweera, known for his progressive views and vocal opposition to the ruling government, was admitted to Lanka Hospital from another private hospital where he was receiving treatment with Tusitha Hallouwa. His unexpected death on August 24, 2021, raised suspicions among his supporters and political analysts. The Gotabaya regime claimed he succumbed to Covid-19 complications, but new findings suggest a more sinister plot.

A crucial piece of evidence is a text message Samaraweera sent to a close friend of Gotabaya, who is the owner of a major media company, seeking assistance for his discharge from Lanka Hospital. This media owner forwarded the message to a non-Sinhalese Cabinet Minister, also close to Gotabaya. This Cabinet Minister, still serving in the government, might hold key information about the true circumstances surrounding Samaraweera's death.

The implications of these findings are profound, as they suggest a calculated move by the Gotabaya regime to eliminate a political adversary under the guise of a pandemic. If proven true, this revelation could spark widespread outrage and calls for accountability, further destabilizing an already volatile political landscape.

Key among Samaraweera's revelations was evidence linking the Rajapaksa family to funds received from the late Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi. These funds were allegedly funneled into personal accounts of the Rajapaksa family, furthering their grip on power and wealth in Sri Lanka.

Samaraweera, known for his relentless pursuit of justice and transparency, had been gathering this explosive information with the intent of seeking international intervention. His efforts aimed to hold the Gotabaya regime accountable for its actions and to shine a light on the deep-seated corruption plaguing the country's leadership.

These revelations have intensified calls for an independent investigation. New evidence has been forwarded to Samantha Power, a close friend of Samaraweera, urging her to seek international intervention with the help of the U.S. government.

The implications of these findings are profound. They suggest a calculated move by the Gotabaya regime to silence a political adversary under the guise of a pandemic. If proven true, this could spark widespread outrage and demands for accountability, further destabilizing an already volatile political landscape in Sri Lanka.

As investigations continue, the international community is closely watching, demanding transparency and justice. The truth behind Mangala Samaraweera's death may reshape the political dynamics in Sri Lanka, highlighting the lengths to which those in power might go to suppress dissent.

For now, the nation mourns the loss of a leader who championed democracy and human rights while demanding answers to the questions surrounding his untimely demise.

-By A Staff Writer

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