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PM visits Kurunegala and Yapahuwa

IN ancient times a woman could go alone from North to South without any threat. But today the woman cannot go even to temple with her husband because of bad activities of notorious people of our society, said Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapakse in Kurunegala.

The PM said this when he declared open the underground pedestrian crossing in Kurunegala town.

PM further said our society is full of bad habits and corruption. Fathers rape their daughters. Our country must be developed systematically so as to direct our younger generation towards the correct path.

All the religious leaders must get together and work according to their heart to prevent these bad activities. Without cohabitation the country cannot be developed. During the last year the Government had done several projects and gave 42,000 jobs for unemployed youth of Sri Lanka.

68 millions was spent for the construction of under ground pedestrian crossing. When we were constructing this crossing we had to face so many disturbances.

The Prime Minister visited Yapahuwa electorate and participated a special 'Pooja' ceremony at Yapahuwa Rajamaha Viharaya.

Minister of Regional Infrastructure Development S.B. Nawinna, Deputy Minister of Public Security, Law and Order Jayaratne Herath, Deputy Minister of Highways T.B. Ekanayake, Kurunegala Mayor Nimal Chandrasiri de Silva also addressed the meeting.

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