Written by Staff Writer
07 Jun, 2015 | 7:21 pm
The Ranbhumi Rally for Unity, which is travelling across villages, towns and cities in the country, spreading the message of peace, co-existence and sustainable development for the future, reached Beruwala on the afternoon of Sunday June 7. Beruwala is the the 93rd stop on its the countrywide journey.
Day 31 of the Ranbhumi Rally for Unity, was flagged off in Balapitiya on Sunday morning.
Balapitiya, home of the scenic Maadu Ganga, marked the starting point of today’s leg of the Ranbhumi Rally’s island-wide journey.
The Ranbhumi Rally received a warm welcome from the people, as it approached the venue of the inauguration. The Ranbhumi Rally arrived in Balapitiya, accompanied by a motorcycle parade. The people of Balapitiya waited with much anticipation, to add their best wishes to the journey to foster meaningful national unity.
The inauguration ceremony commenced with multi-faith religious observances and also featured several cultural performances. The people of Balapitiya, then marked their name on the Ranbhumi monument, symbolizing their commitment to achieving sustainable development through peace, co-existence and national unity.
The Ranbhumi Rally then proceeded to Induruwa, the second stop for the day. The people of Induruwa lined either side of the route of the rally and waited for the arrival of the Ranbhumi rally.
A group of senior executives of the Capital Maharaja Organisation Limited including Group Director of Human Resources Suranga Jayalath and Group Director Leonie Seneviratne, were present at the event held in Induruwa to welcome the Ranbhumi Rally for Unity.
The people of Induruwa then joined hands to mark their name on the Ranbhumi monument, marking their commitment to development and progress through peace and unity.
The Ranbhumi Rally received a warm welcome when it reached Beruwala, the endpoint of today’s leg of the journey.The people of Beruwela too, added their best wishes to the journey of the Ranbhumi Rally to foster peace, harmony, co-existence and national unity in all corners of the country.
The people of Beruwela marked their name on the Ranbhumi monument and expressed their heartfelt best wishes for the journey ahead.
The Ranbhumi Rally for Unity, organised by MTV/MBC, News 1st, Colombo Port City and the National Youth Services Council, will commence Day 32 of the island wide journey, from Kalutara on Monday June 8. The inauguration event will be held at 9 a.m, and the rally is scheduled to reach Wadduwa at 11 a.m.
The rally is then scheduled to reach Panadura, the endpoint of Monday’s leg of the journey, at 2 p.m.
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