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Ruwan in Dambulla

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UNP Deputy Leader Ruwan Wijewardene, General Secretary  Palitha Range Bandara and other party seniors participated at a meeting held in Dambulla yesterday, discussed about reorganizing the party. He met several senior officials including religious leaders during his visit. Former MPs Ashu Marasinghe, Sandith Samarasinghe, Ananda Kularathna, Saman Rathnappriya, Nalaka Kolonne and Lakwanitha Chairperson Shanthini Kongahage were also present. Pix by Pradeep Pathirana.

  Comments - 5

  • Janakantha Siripala Sunday, 07 March 2021 04:14 PM

    NO MORE UNP IN SL. IT HAS BEEN ERADICATED IN 2020! WASTING YOUR TIME!!

    Francis Benedict Sunday, 07 March 2021 07:25 PM

    Correct! Trying to do Further Deals!

    Villen Sunday, 07 March 2021 06:08 PM

    Another CB Bond scam artiste in the making.

    Hari M Sunday, 07 March 2021 07:06 PM

    The ones who destroyed the peoples trust and expectations. Go away!

    Milinda Sunday, 07 March 2021 08:09 PM

    You guys too face criminal charges for not preventing the Easter Sunday terrorists attack. Hence people of Srilanka don't have any faith about the U.N.P. leadership and the cronies who with you all. The traitors should be in jail by now debarred from politics.


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