Samagi Jana Balawegaya Parliamentarian Kavinda Jayawardena today questioned the government over the solutions that will be provided to the country’s issues.
Speaking at a media briefing today, MP Jayawardena said 11 individuals have died while waiting in queues thus far. The MP said this crisis will worsen in another two weeks.
The MP said the government to date lacks a plan to uplift the country.
He charged that the President does not want to step down as a failed leader, and questioned what he would do to make the rest of his term a success.
MP Jayawardena said the President appointed a new Prime Minister, changed the Cabinet of Ministers by appointing persons who were critical of him, and brought in a businessman.
However, the MP charged that queues have only been increasing daily, adding that what was one line of vehicles before has now become three outside filling stations.
The Parliamentarian said Sri Lanka will hit rock bottom in two weeks.