Written by Nathasha De Alwis
06 Mar, 2018 | 8:53 pm
The Sri Lanka Air Force will join hands with News 1st Gammadda tomorrow (March 6) in a cleanup program at Adam’s Peak.
The programme marks the 67th Anniversary of the Sri Lanka Air Force. Adam’s Peak is a site sacred to multi-religious ethnicities.
However, the increasing amount of pollution caused by the negligence and carelessness of some tourists has stolen the natural beauty and wonder of this sacred location.
To mark its 67th Anniversary, the Sri Lanka Air Force will undertake this initiative of national importance by conducting a cleanup operation at Adam’s Peak tomorrow and the day after.
News 1st is collaborating with the Sri Lanka Air Force given the national importance.
Air Commodore Waruna Gunawardana, Commanding Officer of SLAF Station, Colombo stated that a team with the strength of 300 personnel will conduct this exercise on both the 7th and 8th.
Further, he stated that out of the 300 personnel, 200 will conduct clean up operations along the Nallathanniya road while the remaining 100 will clean up along the Ratnapura Road.
“So just like they did 6 months ago, this time too, the Sirasa Media Network volunteered for this programme without hesitation through Gammadda and joined hands with the Sri Lanka Air Force.” – Air Commodore Waruna Gunawardana
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