It's Official! Mahindananda Confirms His Relationship With Prime Minister's Daughter

December 04, 2014

It’s official. Mahindananda is now feeling it in his fingers and he also feels it in his toes. Love is all around him!

According to Mahindananda’s official facebook profile – of which almost everything is public – he is officially in love with a damsel by the name of Senani Jayaratne. Well, this ‘Senani Jayaratne’ is none other than the daughter of our octogenarian Prime Minister D.M. Jayaratne and the sister of Anuradha Jayaratne, who is highly reputed for his secret involvements in releasing container-loads of “naughty things” from ‘Colombo Harbour’.

She is also the ex-wife of Duminda Dissanayake, former Education Services Minister who defected from the SLFP just two weeks ago to support the candidature of Maithripala Sirisena at the presidential election. It is now clear that Aluthgamage has done something “patriotic” by openly claiming that he’s having a relationship with the SLFP defector’s ex-wife.

Mahindananda’s wife, Asha Wijayanthi Perera filed a divorce case against him last year- making mind-boggling revelations on his acquisition of assets over the past 20 years. Having started his career as an insurance agent in the early 90s, Mahindananda has now acquired houses, lands, vehicles, properties and businesses whose value can only be measured in billions – if not millions. This has positioned Mahidnananda as a perfect “case study” for a Sri Lankan who started from the scratch and became a billionaire with so much ease. Over the past 20 years, he did nothing but politics and that was the golden door and the golden key to his success! However, Mahindananda knew how be at the right place at the right time and he was a ‘regular pet’ at Rajagedhara even during the tenure of our much loved former big lady.

Anyway, the self-made billionaire is now getting ready to tie a nuptial knot again and it is the duty of every patriotic Sri Lankan to wish him all the best in all his future endeavours and entanglements.

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