Sri Lanka Minister to amputate animal killers and to take on international schools

Sept 17, Colombo: Sri Lanka’s Minister of Public Coordination and Public Affairs Mervyn Silva said yesterday that he would soon take steps to amputate the hands of the persons who kill innocent animals.

The Minister was recently involved in a protest against a mass sacrifice ritual of animals in a Hindu temple at Munneswaram in Chilaw.

Addressing a meeting after declared opening a computer laboratory in a school in his electorate, the Minister stated that curses imposed on him would go in vain.

He also said that his next focus would be the international schools that teach western customs to Sri Lankan children. He said these schools teach the students to say cheerio and bye against the traditional Sinhala culture.

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