PSC movie screening nearing its end with PM as protagonist – Rohita
The public can catch the final scenes of the film ‘Parliamentary Select Committee’ being screened these days as Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe is summoned for on 6 August, Joint Opposition MP Rohitha Abeygunawardana said.
Speaking to journalists at the Sri Lanka Podujana Party (SLPP) headquarters this morning (29 July), Abeygunawardana said that Prime Minister Wickremesinghe is the protagonist of the film whereas characters as the love interest, the boyfriend and the villain have already played their parts. The MP was referring to the PSC probing the Easter Sunday bombings.
“The protagonist comes to the PSC on the 6 August. He is the Prime Minister of our country, Ranil Wickremesinghe. The script is already written and it has been handed over to the lead actor. What he has to do is answer the questions that are posed to him,” the MP said.
Abeygunawardana further said that in cinema, regardless of how strong the villain is, the protagonist invariably beats the villain in the end and, continuing this tradition, Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe will emerge the hero, making the PSC the antagonist.
‘Prime Minister Wickremesinghe doesn’t know that when the PSC movie finishes, the Government has to start its next film project which is titled ‘End of the Government’,” the MP added.