Update : Video : Future generation must be protected: says President
President Mahinda Rajapaksa said that the benefit of the freedom won by defeating terrorism could be availed of only if the future generation walked in the right path.
That was while inaugurating yesterday the Mahindodaya Technology Laboratory at the Dr. Richard Patirana Mahaa Vidyaalaya at Uluvitikey in Galle.
Meanwhile President Mahinda Rajapaksa said that it was the current Government that first set apart funds from the budget for improving education in Buddhist priven education.
That was while addressing a function held at the Ahangama Vidayaachandra Pirivena last afternoon.
The President also declared open the Mahindodaya Technology Laboratory of the Ahangama Rohana Mahaa Vidyaalaya yesterday.
Update : Wednesday, 12 March 2014 - 7:50 ---------------------------------------------------- Commissions were not appointed due to foreign influence - says President
President Mahinda Rajapakse said that the fruits of peace earned from defeating terrorism can be reaped only when the future generation walks the right path.
President Rajapakse further said that when the government takes measures towards the development of the Education Sector, it is the duty of students to study well and become productive citizens.
The president expressed his views after declaring open the Mahindodaya Technical Lab at Ulu-witike Dr. Richard Pathirana Maha Vidyalaya in Galle today.
Meanwhile, while addressing the meeting organized at Ratmalana Railway grounds, the President reiterated that international community cannot change the current government as long as they have the support of people.
President Rajapakse also declared open two other Mahindodaya Technical Labs at Kalahe Sri Sumangala Maha Vidyalaya and Dorape Maha Vidyalaya in Galle today.
Following the opening, he also toured the two schools and according to Presidential media sources, the President also engaged in conversation with the participants.
In addition, President Mahinda Rajapakse declared open the new Relic shrine, library and a 3-storey building at Jambu-kaetiya Sri Sugathaa-raama Maha Vihara, in Haaliwala, Galle this morning.