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Sri Lanka Crisis: ‘The current situation in Sri Lanka is similar to the economic crisis in India in 1991’, said opposition MP Harsha de Silva

Opposition leader Harsha da Silva gave a statement on the current situation in the country

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Sri Lanka’s opposition Samagi Jana Balvegaya (SJB) party MP Harsha de Silva has described the current situation in the country as similar to the 1991 economic crisis in India. He said that Sri Lanka will be able to come out of this crisis and this will happen only when the political parties here stand together.

Sri Lanka is in the worst economic crisis since gaining independence from Britain in 1948.Sri Lanka Economic Crisis) is passing through. Opposition Samagi Jan Balvegaya in Sri Lanka on the current situation in the country (SJB) Party MP Harsha de Silva has said that it is similar to India’s 1991 economic crisis. He said that Sri Lanka will be able to come out of this crisis and this will happen only when the political parties here stand together. He further says that the condition of Sri Lanka is currently similar to the economic crisis in India in 1991, which was revived by all political parties working together with the efficient work of Dr. Manmohan Singh and Montek Singh Ahluwalia.

He said that Indian political parties were united at that time, due to which they came out of the crisis, and Sri Lanka will do the same only when the political parties here stand together. He said the plan would fail if the parties parted ways. The President here has to prepare a platform for the political parties to come together.

The MP said that the demand of the people of the country is that Gotabaya Rajapakse should resign. He said in his statement, ‘We are not asking them to leave tomorrow. If the President works in that direction, then we will work in the direction of an all-party government. If the President does not do this, we will remain in the opposition and help the country come out of the economic crisis.

The Sri Lankan MP says, ‘I hold Gotabaya Rajapaksa, Mahinda Rajapaksa and the extended family responsible for taking the country into the abyss and causing misery for the people. I am not saying that there was no problem before he came to power. But we need to remember that he has been in the executive post since 1994.

73-year-old United National Party (UNP) leader and former Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe was sworn in as the country’s 26th Prime Minister on Thursday to provide stability to Sri Lanka’s deteriorating economic situation. A few days ago, Mahinda Rajapaksa had to resign from the post of Prime Minister after violent clashes in view of the deteriorating economic situation of the country.

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