The Samagi Jana Balawegaya has requested the government to promptly implement the recommendations included in the final report by the Presidential Commission appointed to probe the Easter Sunday attacks.
Speaking to media in Colombo today, Parliamentarian Niroshan Perera said many factions including the Catholic Church have expressed their dissatisfaction over how investigations.
MP Perera stressed two and a half years have passed, yet those responsible for the attacks have not been uncovered, in order to do justice to Catholics in the country.
He recalled of a statement made by the former Attorney General before retirement informing the Inspector General of Police over a conspiracy surrounding the issue.
MP Niroshan Perera also accused the government of having an inefficient decision-making process, as the fertiliser supply issue grew into a shortage of the commodity within the local market.
He said the government has lost respect, when it tried to justify the shortage through various unrelated reasons.
The Opposition said such issues bring up questions over food security in Sri Lanka, as well as export industries such as tea.