Video : No one can reverse the forward march of the country - says President.

Wednesday, 27 November 2013 - 8:12

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President Mahinda Rajapaksa states that certain individuals go abroad and present charge sheets and betray the country.

Addressing a meeting held in Kaduwela yesterday President said that no one can reverse the forward march of the country.

The ceremony was organized to hand over the public the newly built bus halt complex.

The 3 stories complex was built by the Kaduwela Municipal council.

President addressing the gathering stated that some accuse of taking loans.

In order to develop the country and its infrastructure we need to obtain foreign loans.

However President reiterated that all the loans are paid on time.

President also said that the support of the public is essential to eradicate the drug menace and to protect the future generation.

A government cannot perform theses duties alone.

The government will always fulfill the requirements of the public and the trust placed on the government will never be breached.

Meanwhile, the Cambodian Buddhist shrine built in Kaduwela ,upper Bomiriya was also opened by the President.



 


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