Harry Jayawardena the DCSL Liquor Baron
Mahendran-Aloysius Family of Liquor and Wine Barons and Bond Scammers
Suresh Shah of Ceylon Breweries fame
Harry- Mano Selvanathan Fame of Liquor Barons
Amadyapa Campaign 'Social Mafia' Deal - Liquor Barons to capitalize before Nominations, Countrymen rushing to pubs, bars, whilst pubs and bars to capitalize tonight...Given the enormous tax revenue that cigarettes and liquor industry contributes to US $ 78 billion or Rs.10.5 trillion Sri Lanka's Economy's tax revenue exceeding over Rs.150 billion or $1 billion or 10% out of over Rs.1.25 trillion (over $ 9 billion) targeted tax revenue of State Treasury every year, Many small liquor industry players have said the present 'UNP' Mixed government is playing 'A Social Cause Marketing Game amidst some key figures giving Nominations from 10th-12th July with Millenial minds and Creative Capitalism Game to capitalize money to three large liquor players in the country before the Nominations go through on 13th July'...Three large players Harry Jayawardena of Distilleries (DCSL) funded largely to MY3 campaign given Harry's money maker from 1994-2005 - former President Chandrika was running the show 'Yahapalana with MY3' with Rainbow Coalition till January 8th 2015, and Ranil'Economic advisor and present Central bank Governor Bond Scammer Arjuna Mahendran's Son-In-Law Arjun Aloyius the owner of Medis Old Arrack (owner from 2011) and Free Lanka largest Wine Imports to capitalize largely whilst after January 8th UNP appointed Securities and Exchange Commissioner - Suresh Shah who is Ceylon Brewery (Lion Beer, Three Coins Beer, Carlsberg Beer manufacturer in SL and company that owns Floor By O, Shore by O and 'Machan' pubs in island and top foreign Liquor brand importer to country) CEO of Harry-Mano Selvanathan fame that owns Express Newspapers' brand Virakesari Newspaper will also capitalize largely tonight despite UNP's Finance Minister Ravi Karunanayake's January 29th 'Interim Budget that target to tax Rs.2.4 billion annually from each liquor player to safeguard mainly the survival of above 3 large liquor players who could afford to pay tax in the country becoming an unsuccessful effort to implement despite a later court case from other players...amidst monopolistic local Cigarette player Ceylon Tobacco Chairman is also John Keells Chairman...