COLOMBO: MP Ranjan Ramanayake says he has recorded the telephone conversations he has had with various persons which have since gained controversy, in order to ‘keep evidence’ in his fight against wrongdoers.
Giving an interview for the first time after his collection of audios was made public, he defended his ‘unethical act’ to raise a voice against drug, ethanol and other rackets and mafia, murders, underworld activities and problems of domestic workers in the Middle East.
Ramanayake said he received threatening telephone calls after his revelations and took the step of recording all his conversations, as it has become a simple habit today to deny what was said moments earlier.
He said he just did what the banks, the CIA, KGB and RAW normally do, and denied any motive of blackmailing and vowed to carry on with his struggle.
The parliamentarian claimed that he has ample evidence of proof to support his accusations against corrupt judges, politicians and actresses addicted to cocaine etc.
He said he would appear on behalf of all the persons with whom he has had the recorded telephone conversations.
The audios are in safekeeping overseas, in a certain bank and with friendly parties as well as in some other place using technology, said the MP.
Ramanayake added that there was a plot to kill him by those for whom he has become a ‘headache.’
Calling him a ‘lone fighter’ ready for anything, he urged his voters and social media friends to trust him ( Newshub)