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Thursday, 30 June 2016 - 11:38
Dy. Minister Tevarapperuma Says He Would Quit Government, If Issues Remain Unresolved
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Deputy Minister Palitha Tevarapperuma says that he will quit the good governance administration if the prevailing issue of admitting 10 students to Year One at Meegahatenna Primary School is not resolved.

Three days have lapsed since the Deputy Minister commenced his fasting campaign against the denial of admission for these students to Meegahatenna primary school.

Our correspondent stated that tires were burnt near the entrance of the Matugama Zonal Educational Office this morning where the deputy minister staged the fast.

Deputy Minister Tevarapperuma told our news team that he will lead all the local government representatives on his side to quit along with him if the students are not admitted to this school.

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