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The Buddhist Association of the yahapalanaya nerve centre had taken the initiative to conduct a religious programme and its office-bearers were putting the final touches to their arrangements when the white-collar high-ups of the place had taken over the task of holding the programme pushing those involved in organizing the event to the background. 


These white-collar high-ups had forcibly taken over the responsibility of holding the religious programme in a bid to earn brownie points from a high political authority, they say.                            

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