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JR's grandson appointed SLFP Gampaha district organizer

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Grandson of former President J.R Jayewardene, Pradeep Jayewardene has been appointed as Gampaha District Organizer of the SLFP by President Maithripala Sirisena today, President’s Media said.

He was among 11 other new party organizers appointed by the President.

The new SLFP organizers as follows,

Gampaha District

Pradeep Jayewardene

Colombo District

Gamini De Silva

Buddhika Iddamalgoda

Kalutara District

Manula Chamal Perera

Galle District

Piyal Darshana Guruge

Kegalle District

Nalin Pushpakumara

Kurunegala District

Thushara Thilakeratne

Kandy District

Devika Kodithuwakku

Hiriyala Electorate

Kamal Indika

Benthara – Elpitiya


Gayan Krishan Sirimanna

Amila Harshana Kariyawasam



  Comments - 5

  • Lonpol Thursday, 28 April 2016 04:55 PM

    Hopeless task..

    Handipora Thursday, 28 April 2016 05:03 PM

    This is nothing new or unusual. Even DS's Grand Son once held an MP position under UPFA and later crossed over to home terrain. Pradeep Jayewardene will follow suit in time to come, let us wait and see.

    Harry Friday, 29 April 2016 05:32 PM

    Clear case of Political Bankruptcy

    willows Thursday, 28 April 2016 02:49 PM

    good to see some new faces and educated and not corrupted

    Sharon Thursday, 28 April 2016 03:02 PM

    JR in SLFP or SLFP in JR???? I mean his blood...

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