The JVP has proposed the implementation of a task force with members from all political parties to steer the country through the report by the panel of experts appointed by the UN Secretary General on Sri Lanka.
JVP Leader Somawansa Amerasinghe told the party’s May Day rally last evening that the task force would address the resettlement process of the war displaced and bring national reconciliation.
He observed that there was no need for any Sri Lankan government official to be sent to the electric chair as claimed by the government portraying a false patriotism.
Amerasinghe pointed out that a multi party task force is the way out of the current situation and the government therefore has a solution to address the issue.
According to him, the government has ignored the proposals presented by the party following the end of the war.
Amerasinghe added that the government was now using the panel report to deviate from addressing the issues faced by the working masses in the country.
The JVP held its May Day rally at the BRC grounds in Colombo following a procession from S de S Jayasinghe grounds in Dehiwela.