A fleet of 45 vehicles including 31 jeeps, 4 buses and 10 vans, which was donated by Japan for the use of Police Department, was symbolically handed over to President Gotabaya Rajapaksa by Japanese Ambassador Akira Sugiyama today. The vehicles valued at Rs. 775 million was the first stage of the full donation of Rs. 1250 million. Sri Lanka is set to receive another fleet of 25 jeeps, 150 motorcycles, 7 search gates, 1 Total Search Machine and 80 Handheld Metal Detectors in the second stage. Pix by Presidential Media Unit
Haris Wijayasiri Tuesday, 16 February 2021 07:20 PM
This is the least they could de as we have bought so much of vehicles from Japan including their used junk, expending precious resources earned by the Sri Lankans toiling abroad.
Hondha Hitha Wednesday, 17 February 2021 02:06 AM
OMG. is this is the task of a President
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