Development will be further strengthened after securing full power soon – PM
Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe says that his government, without permanent or presidential powers has made exceptional development within the country through tough challenges and says that development will be further strengthened after securing full power and stability in the near future.
The Prime Minister expressed these views during a public meeting in Mawathagama where over 1000 projects launched during the last 4 years were vested with the locals of the region yesterday (18 August)
Over 1.1 Billion rupees was spent was the development projects in the Kurunegala district.
Several projects for clean drinking water, road development, and housing projects were implemented in the Mawathagama electorate Premier Wickremesinghe.
Arriving at the Sri Sugatharama Temple in Mawathagama, the Prime Minister engaged in religious observances and inspected the multi-purpose cultural center being built at the temple.
Subsequently, the Prime Minister declared open the administration building of the Paragahadeniya National School in Mawathagama which was built at a cost of 120 million rupees under the ‘Nearest School is the Best school’ program.
The Premier also vested upon students, a brand new, two-storied building in Mawathagama Central College, constructed at a cost of 58 million rupees.
A new four-storied building comprising of an auditorium, constructed at a cost of 92 million rupees for the Mawathagama Secretariat was also declared open.
Several other development projects were also handed over to the public under the patronage of Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe.
The Prime Minister also declared open a new four storied building at Athugalpura Kumara Vidyalaya built at a cost 21 million rupees under the Nearest School is the Best School program and a new two storied building of the Sri Piyarathana Maha Vidyalaya, Digampitiya, Kurunegala which was built at a cost of 28 million rupees.
A special waste management facility was also declared open at the Sundarapola Yanthampalawa.
Minister of Internal and Home Affairs and Provincial Councils and Local Government Vajira Abeywardena, Minister of Education Akila Viraj Kariyawasam, State Minister Ashok Abeysinghe and a number of Parliamentarians were present for these events.