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    “This country does not belong to one family”

    Opposition leader Sajith Premadasa says that this country belongs to all citizens and it has not been written to any leader by freehold deed.

    Pointing out that politicians are temporary rulers in this country, the leader of Samagi Jana Balawega said that some people behave as if the whole country belongs to them and their families.

    The opposition leader said, “If you think that the ownership of this country is limited to one family from generation to generation, it is wrong” and that this country does not belong to one family or relatives, but this country belongs to 220 lakh Sinhala, Tamil, Muslim, and Sri Lankan citizens of all races and religions.

    Mr. Sajith Premadasa, the leader of the opposition, said that there are signs that the rights of parties are limited from father to son and then to grandson; even though some political parties can do that, the country belongs to the 220 lakh people, and that it is something that belongs to every religion and nation and religious unity should create unity among nations, religions, and races., and that it is not possible to move forward by creating issues between them.

    Mr. Sajith Premadasa, the leader of the opposition, said this during the 136th phase of the Sakwala Smart Classrooms program today at iVavuniya, Nadunkeni Olumadu Tamil Maha Vidyalaya in Vanni District where a smart classroom worth Rs. 1 Mn was provided. On this occasion, Rs. 100,000 was also given to get dresses for the school’s dancing team.

    The opposition leader said here that since the right of the country does not belong to any family, they are acting as temporary caretakers by giving priority to the democratic rights of 220 lakh people, and the policy of Samagi Jana Balawega is to become number 1 in the world through a friendly Sri Lanka and a friendly education.

    We initiated the change in the system

    The leader of the opposition said that many people in Sri Lanka demanded a change in the system and that change in the system has been initiated by the Samagi Jana Balawega. After independence, the Samagi Jana Balawega launched a development program that was not done by the opposition for 76 years.

    Enough being Divided. Let’s unite for the country!

    The opposition leader said that in this bankrupt country where there is a shortage of dollars, the Samagi Jana Balawega performed a service that even the existing government could not do for the education and health sector and the people of Sri Lanka, who are separated and divided due to race, religion, caste, class, party and status, will come together as the daughters and sons of one mother and father.

    Under the ‘Husma’ program implemented by the Samagi Jana Balawegaya, medicines and hospital equipment worth 1766 lakh rupees have been given to 57 hospitals, and 86 buses worth 50 lakh rupees each have been given to 87 schools under the Sakwala bus program for which 4242 lakh rupees have been spent, 136 schools have been provided with comfortable classroom equipment under the IT program and 1369 lakh rupees have been spent for it.

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