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Deputy Minister S.M. Chandrasena took oaths as Cabinet Minister of Special Projects before President Rajapaksa in Anuradhapura today.


A former Minister of Agrarian Services and Wildlife, Chandrasena resigned from his ministerial portfolio in September 2012 to facilitate the Chief Ministerial post in the North Central Province for his brother S.M. Ranjith.

 

Minister Chandrasena stated that he is dedicated to initiate a project in the country at any given time.



 
Update : Saturday, 23 November 2013 - 06:51 PM
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S M Chandrasena takes oaths as a Cabinet Minister again

Deputy Minister S.M. Chandrasena took oaths as Cabinet Minister of Special Projects before President Rajapaksa in Anuradhapura today.

With this the total number of Cabinet Ministers has risen to 69.

Also there are 37 more Deputy Ministers in the government.

A former Minister of Agrarian Services and Wildlife, Chandrasena resigned from his ministerial portfolio in September 2012 to facilitate the Chief Ministerial post in the North Central Province for his brother S.M. Ranjith.

S.M. Chandrasena took oaths today on the sidelines of Presidents visit to Anuradhapura.

A Kiri Ammawaru daana was held near the Ruwan Weli Seya for 1000 mothers, in view of Presidents appointment as the Chairman of the Commonwealth, President Birthday and also calling upon blessings for the entire country.





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