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Gota inaugurates BBS Meth Sevana

Defence Secretary, Gotabhaya Rajapaksa, inaugurated ‘Meth Sevana,’ the Cultural and Training Centre of Bodu Bala Sena (BBS), in Pilana, Wanchawala in Galle yesterday.

Ceylontoday, 2013-03-10 12:57:00

Gota inaugurates BBS Meth Sevana

By W. Siri Ananda

Defence Secretary, Gotabhaya Rajapaksa, inaugurated ‘Meth Sevana,’ the Cultural and Training Centre of Bodu Bala Sena (BBS), in Pilana, Wanchawala in Galle yesterday.

Head of Meth Sevana, Ven. Embilipitiye Vijitha Thera said training programmes for bhikkus and laymen will be held at the Centre.

The first training programme is scheduled for 23 March for the first group of Bhikkus.

Vijitha Thera said Defence Secretary Rajapaksa commended the service of the BBS towards the progress of the Buddha Sasanaya.

The inaugural ceremony was presided over by Ven. Pallaththara Sumanajothi Mahanayaka Thera.

General Secretary of BBS, Ven. Galaboda Aththe Gnanasara Thera also addressed the ceremony.

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