Always stand by the people of the country – President

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Published by : CT WEB 2018-01-22 11:11:13

President Maithripala Sirisena says all the people in this country, irrespective of their race, religion and colour differences, together elected him to the Office of President with the boundless hopes on establishing a free and democratic society as well as to create a clean political movement and further said that he will achieve those expectations always working with the people.

He made these remarks addressing a public rally held in Batticaloa, yesterday (21).

A large crowd gathered at this public rally held in Batticaloa irrespective of race, religion and colour differences and majority of them were from the Tamil community.

The President addressing further said that he will always stand for the rights of the people irrespective of their differences.

President Sirisena said that he will establish a new organization to work with him to solve issues of the people while accelerating the development activities of the Batticaloa District, and further said that to achieve success in this process the SLFP should be victorious at the forthcoming local government polls.

The President extended an invitation to the people to join hands with the SLFP irrespective of differences to take forward the country and to create a clean political movement. He emphasized that people should not pardon the persons who robbed the public funds and said that he is also not ready to pardon anyone.

President Sirisena received a warm welcome at the rally, which was organized by the SLFP Organizer for the Batticaloa District G. Haridarangiri, the Secretary-General of the Sri Lanka People's National Front, Vishnu Kanthan and many other SLFP activists participated in this meeting.

The former Treasurer of the T.M.V.P, the former Deputy Chairman of the Eravur Pattu Pradeshiya Sabha Mr. Thambinayagam Kalendran joined the SLFP extending his support to the President.

 (President Media Division)




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