Wednesday, 20th August 2014

Letters

President Mahinda Rajapaksa's Nation Building guides Sri Lanka to prosperity President Mahinda Rajapaksa's prime responsibility was to restore peace and harmony in Sri Lanka, which was beleaguered by a war situation for nearly thirty years. For that purpose, on behalf of the masses he had to end terrorism that besieged the country, by any and all means. He accepted the gauntlet thrown by the LTTE terrorists, deployed his troops, caught the bull by its horns, and freed the country which was by then devastatingly destroyed. The deserted battlefield for him at a glance was then a topsy-turvy to...
The President was adept at uniting people The development of southern Sri Lanka had been neglected and abandoned for centuries after the period of our ancient kings for some unknown disinclination, though donkey’s years passed since our gaining of independence and becoming a parliamentary democracy. As a result, the inhabitants of the South had to depend only on the income from coconut plantations and the by-products associated with fishing and paddy cultivations continually. But everybody was not in possession of lands, which created the opportunities to earn their living by these means. The...
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