Oct 24, 2015
May 30, 2015
Yes the minority Muslims have been oppressed and the rights have been denied, UN has described the situation as "Human Ping Pong", no nation wants to accept them even as refugees, they are floating in the middle of the sea seeking help around the world.
E.g. In an interview with Bangladesh's Prime Minters Hasina with BBC.
After watching the clip, I really felt, this lady don't deserve to be in a position in what she is...
It's pathetic to see Rohingya Muslim being in this situation and the nations being silent about it.
Also it's not justifiable to see there are false images circulated by disturbed Muslims in Social Media. most of the images are over described, wrongly attributed, Photoshoped and the date of photoshoot is not correct.
Whatsoever, there is no smoke without a spark, as human being we should speak against oppression, let it be black or white, rich or poor.
Let's pray for them.
May 21, 2015
May 12, 2015
I made a complain regarding +Dialog Axiata coverage problem at our residence in Dehiwala, but they always pretend they care for customers but here is a proof of their customer care manners.
Day 1 - 10th of May lodge a complain and got a receipt 1-1124652489
@dialoglk I made a complain regarding coverage issue at our residence,till now there has been no response from anyone. complain 1-1124652489— Muhammed Aadhil (@aadhilnet) May 11, 2015
Day 3 - 12th of May, called back Dialog cusomter care, they said, They had called me in the morning but no answer, but my phone had no missed calls in the morning, also I requested an update via twitter, but they gave an answer saying they called me in the evening, either-ways I had no missed called in the morning nor in the evening.
Dear @dialoglk so far nobody has contacted me regarding my complain. any updates? #Customercare #LKA #Poorservice— Muhammed Aadhil (@aadhilnet) May 12, 2015
@aadhilnet Hi,we've tried to contact you last afternoon regarding this,but there was no response. 1/2— Dialog Axiata (@dialoglk) May 12, 2015
@dialoglk No body made a call and there no missed calls in my phone last evening, I'm #Free right now - #LKA #Customercare #Poorservice— Muhammed Aadhil (@aadhilnet) May 12, 2015
@aadhilnet Pls give us some time,we'll get one of our Executives to get in touch with you for assistance. ^nabs— Dialog Axiata (@dialoglk) May 12, 2015
So far no calls....
Day 4 - 13th of May, I called the customer care today, they gave an another excuse by saying the complain end date is on 14th and by today someone will call and confirm me, as usual Dialog has no guilty of repeatedly using the words "We are sorry sir" the word "sorry" has lost it's value with Dialog, they don't mean it, they use it as a strategy to cool down the customer and make fake apologies.
Dialog Twitter ignores my reminder, no reply afterwards
Dear @dialoglk you promised someone will contact me,I was expecting a call yesterday,I didn't get any call from so called #customercare #lka— Muhammed Aadhil (@aadhilnet) May 13, 2015
Time 7pm, I received a call middle of the traffic from Dialog technical department, his first question was " What is your problem?" wow, Dialog needs some serious serious training to their employees how to handle customers, through out his conversation I understood this guy is not much educated and sounded more arrogant in his questions and replies, I have to repeat the entire scenario middle of the traffic (rather this guy could have studied the complain sheet). He left the phone by saying something I couldn't follow up.
Day 5 - 14th of May, Time 8:10am I got a call from another technical guy, I was getting ready for office and I was in a rush, this guy was not rude as last one, he asked me to do some changes on the phone, still the signal shows low, so he mentioned that he will transfer this problem to Regional Engineer to sort out this problem.
@aadhilnet Our apologies for the delay, We'll share this with the relevant team and get back to you with assistance on priority. ^Riya— Dialog Axiata (@dialoglk) May 22, 2015
Feb 17, 2015
Jan 30, 2015
TV Anchor interviewing a Farmer about his goats:
Q: What do you feed your goats ?
Farmer : White goat or black goat ?
Anchor: White goat !
Farmer : Grass !
Anchor: And what do you feed black goat with ?
Farmer : I feed it with Grass as well
Anchor: Where do you keep them ?
Farmer : The white one or the black one ?
Anchor: white one !
Farmer : In the porch outside !
Anchor: And how about the black one ?
Farmer : I keep them in the porch as well
Anchor: And how do you clean them ?
Farmer : The black one or the white one ?
Anchor: Black one
Farmer : With water !
Anchor: And what about white one ?
Farmer : of course with water
You idiot! When you treat both white and black goat the same way then WHY do you keep asking me “Black or White” ?
Farmer : Because the white goat is mine…
Anchor: And the black one ?
Farmer : That is also mine
Jan 29, 2015
► Prohibition imposed on Ministries and state institutions from publishing promotional newspapaper advertisements
► Special committee to be set up ro resolve issues caused by irregular finance bodies within six months
► Public transportation costs to reduce by 50% for senior citizens
► Every citizen to have a bank account - can be opened in commercial banks with an initial deposit of Rs. 250
► Sri lankan Airlines and Mihin Lanka to be merged to reduced the losses
► Sri Lankan Airlines and Mihin Airlines have incurred heavy losses - within five years over Rs. 100 billion due to manangement inefficiencies/ Mihin Air Rs.15 billion during the past five years.
► Dahami Diriya for Sunday school teachers - a monthly sum of Rs. 200 to be paid
► Rs. 250 monthly allowance to be paid to pre-school teachers
► Mahapola scholarship fee to be increased upto Rs. 5000
► Special facilities for disabled war heroes - special loan scheme named Viru Diriya to be introduced in state banks/ maximum borrowing Rs. 500,000
► Rs. 1.5 million permit fee will be charged from vehicle importers (irrelevant of whether the imported vehicles are brand new/reconditioned)
► The government has waived off the 25% tax paid by customers when reloading phones
► Rs. 1000 million tax imposed on television stations dedicated to sports
► One time tax of Rs. 250 million to be paid by mobile phone operators
► One time tax of Rs. 250 million to be paid by telecommunication providers
► Marriage registration fee to be reduced up to Rs. 1000 from Rs. 5000
► The number of liquor shops per proprietor to be reduced upto three / Liquor permit value to be increased by twofolds
► Casino business-owners to pay Rs: 1000 millionas a tax - first payment to be made before April.
► Extra Rs. 5000 million to be gained through a container scanning process with effect from September
► Vehicle assembly plants have neglected their income-tax payments during the previous regime. Rs. 12,0000 million revenue expected through prompt payments
► Cement prices to be reduced by Rs. 99
► Vehicle taxes reduction 15% for vehciles with engines below 1000 CC
► Super-gain tax - any company of which the profict exceeded Rs. 2000 million - tax amout worth 25% off its profit will be charged
► Mansion tax - Rs. 1 million per annum will be charged for houses of which the value is estimated at Rs. 100 million or exceeds 5000 sqft
► Gold jewellery pawned to banks - that don't exceed Rs. 200,000 - interest will be waived off
► 12.5kg gas cylinder price reduced up to Rs. 1596 (Rs. 300 reduction)
► 13 Essential goods price reduction by removal of taxes - with effect from midnight
- Sugar: Rs. 10 reduction - tax reduced from Rs. 28 up to Rs. 10
- Milk powder 400g packet will be Rs. 325 (maximum retail price) - reduction of Rs. 61
- Sustagen milk powder to be reduced by Rs. 100 (400g)
- Flour prices reduced by Rs. 12.50 per kilo
- Bread - reduced by Rs. 6
- Green grams - reduction by Rs. 40 per kilo
- Sprats: Reduction of Rs. 15
- Canned fish - Reduced by Rs. 60
- Coriander - Reduced by Rs. 60 per kilo
- Maldive fish - taxes reduced by Rs. 200
- Canned fish - Reduced by Rs. 60
- Coriander - Reduced by Rs. 60 per kilo
- Chilli powder - Reduced by Rs. 25 (powdered)
► School van fees reduced by 5%
► Electricity consumers will be encouraged to use solar power
► Kerosene reduced by another Rs. 6 per liter
► A sum of Rs. 2000 billion to be allocated to the fund reserved for kidney patients
► Budgetary allowance for education sector will be increased by 6% off the GDP systematically
► Decentralized budget for ministers will increase by Rs. 5 - 10 million
► Fresh milk price buying price to be increased by Rs.10
► To improve agricultural sector, hand tractors will be given away at concessionary rates / fertilizer concession will be continued + the quality will be increased.
► 50% of the loan amounts borrowed by farmers to be waived off
► An allowance of Rs. 20,000 to be paid for expectant mothers
► Senior citizens with Rs. 1 million in their bank accounts to be given 15% interest rate
► Reviewing of pensions - Increase of Rs. 1000 with effect from April
► During past seven years 5000 million USD due to losing GSP+
► Request made for private sector employers to increase the salaries of private sector employees Rs. 2500
► Rs. 2.5 billion saved by cutting down on the number of Ministers
► All loans taken during the past government has to be paid by this govenrment to which includes 15 million USD loan taken for security purposes
► Salaries of state sector servants incresed by Rs. 10,000 - Rs. 5000 will be given in February/ remaining Rs. 5000 in June- Thereby state sector employees' salaries increased by 47%
► We believe in uplifting and developing the lives of every citizen of this country - not just a selected few - Ravi K
► Expenses of presidential secretariat - 2014 Rs. 10,4970 million / estiamted cost for 2015 was Rs 95,930 million but it has been brought down to Rs. 2560 million
► True figure of state debts concealed by previous regime - currently it stands at Rs. 8.81 trillion
► True figure of debt per person is Rs. 427,220 - Minister Ravi K
► Minister Ravi K lists out details of financial losses incurred due to borrowings/developmental projects of the previous regime that has resulted in an added financial burden to the people
► Loss incurred by hedging deals is 60 million USD