Written by Tharushan Fernando
31 May, 2015 | 9:09 pm
The Ranbhumi Rally for Unity, which began its journey from the north of Sri Lanka and went on to travel through towns and villages, reached the south of the island today, arriving in Debaraweva for its 72nd stop.
The Rally for Unity journeyed the Uva province for the today and commenced its journey from Thanamalwila, where the town of Thanamalwila etched its name on the brick signifying their support for national unity and co-existence. The Ranbhumi Rally then made its way to the final destination of the Uva province’s City of Kataragama.
The rally, which aims to spread the message of co-existence to every village and town, visited the Kataragama devalaya and obtained the blessings of the Kataragama deviyo and the convoy reached the second stop of the day, which was the Kataragama Bus stop
The rally then entered the south this afternoon passing the Uva Wellassa area, where the name of Debaraweva was then etched in the rally.
The Ran Bhumi Rally for Unity is organized by the MTV/MBC Networks, News 1st, the Colombo Port City and the National Youth Services Council; and it will commence Day 25 of its journey tomorrow from the Weerawila Junction at 9 a.m. Thereafter, the convoy will reach the town of Hambantota at 11 a.m. and then arrive in the town of Ambalantota at 2 p.m.
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