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So many factions trying to take credit for Madush arrest: President

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President Maithripala Sirisena today said now there are so many people to claim credit for the arrest of notorious drug dealer and underworld leader Madush in Dubai.

He also said he read in a newspaper report which quoted a a minister saying they had laid the trap for his arrest for the past few years.

He made these remarks addressing a gathering after opening a regional office of the Sri Lanka Institute for vocational guidance in Polonnaruwa.

The vocational guidance Institute under the theme “Smart Sri Lanka” - Future of Youths, was initiated to groom people with vocational skills as a solution for the unemployment problem in Sri Lanka through a methodical system of technology in collaboration with all job training centres.

Speaking further President remarked “We must be content with what we have done rather than claiming credit for others' achievements. We see in the media today so many claimants for the success of nabbing the drug dealer who is also an underworld leader." (K.G. Karunarathna)

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  • Hubert Saturday, 09 February 2019 08:10 PM

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