Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe declared open 'Mahatma Gandhi Puram' Housing Scheme at Dunsinane Estate Pundaluoya in Nuwara Eliya District today. The housing scheme is funded by the Indian government. An agrement was singned between the Indian Government and the Ministry of Estate Villlages Development to construct further 10,000 houses in the estate sector. Minister of Estate Villages and Infrastructure Development P Digambaram and Indian High Commissioner in Sri Lanka Taranjit Sing Sandu were presented at the ceremony. Pics by Pradeep Pathirana
Mendis Sunday, 12 August 2018 17:55
This brainless Prime Minister is being promised by the Indians that they would help him win in 2020. So he is prepared to allow Indians to make inroads into Sri Lanka.
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Real Peace Sunday, 12 August 2018 18:49
MendisAmong our all brainless politicians Ranil is brainiest leader so we are very happy with him.
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Gamini Sunday, 12 August 2018 18:04
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Martin Milton Sunday, 12 August 2018 18:09
A MOST appropriate question is....IS THIS TOWN FOR TAMILS ONLY ?? WOULD THIS PM PLEASE CLARIFY? MM
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Real Peace Sunday, 12 August 2018 18:53
MartinThere are hundreds of pockets of villages where Sinhalese live exclusively - is it wrong?
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Amarendra Sri Chandragupta Sunday, 12 August 2018 18:25
The estate community are foreigners who live in a land that is alien to them. What is best is for these people and India should ideally be doing is to take them back and settle them in their native homeland of Tamil Nadu, then they will lead happier lives.
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Mani Monday, 13 August 2018 21:15
Dont forget that your native land is also India. Give them Company.
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Ceylon Sunday, 12 August 2018 19:06
Mahathma gandi said dont use his name for any publuc or private works.just use his name only for teaching peace and justuce.now power greedy politicians are using his name for their political success.
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