Leader of the JVP Parliamentarian Anura Kumara Dissanayake says he expects to meet the Inspector General of Police at 9.30 am on Monday.
MP Dissanayake said he hopes to clarify allegations made by members of the Sri Lanka Podujana Peramuna regarding the involvement of councillors from his party, in the recent violence around Sri Lanka.
Speaking at a rally in Hambantota, MP Anura Kumara Dissanayake said government MPs are slamming JVP members over their houses being burnt on the 9th of May.
MP Dissanayake pointed out that the accused provincial councillors were also friends of the government MPs and would not facilitate such criminal acts.
The JVP leader said his party has fought to protect the country’s democracy.
He claimed that SLPP MPs were accusing the JVP of inciting violence, when the Provincial Councillor of Moratuwa is in remand custody over attacking peaceful protestors.