Another attack on the Bodu Bala sena

Wednesday, 06 February 2013 - 9:23

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Foreign Employment Promotion and Welfare Minister Dilan Perera says that certain groups were trying to divide the country by spreading racial and religious divisions.

 

The Minister said so while participating at a function held at the Badulla Welikemulla Mahaa Vidyaalaya yesterday.

 

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On this occasion the Minister also expressed his views about the statement Bodubals Senaa Secretary Venerable GalagodaAtthe Gnaanasaara Thero made to the effect that the country's law should be amended so that Buddhists too could enter multiple marriages.

 

The following  is the view Venerable GalagodaAtthe Gnaanasaara Thero had expressed at the media briefing held in Colombo recently.

 

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The following is the view Minister Dilan Perera expressed at the function held yesterday with regard to the Prelate's  relevant statement.

 

 

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Meanwhile participating at a function held in Moneragala yesterday Wildlife Resources Conservation Minister Vijith Wijeyamuni Soysa stated as follows with regard to the relationship between the Sinhala and Muslim communities.

 

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