Deputy Minister Buddhika Pathirana calls for a change in the system

Deputy Minister Buddhika Pathirana calls for a change in the system

Deputy Minister Buddhika Pathirana calls for a change in the system

Written by Staff Writer

04 Feb, 2019 | 2:12 pm

COLOMBO (News 1st) – Students who completed a diploma programme in the Tamil language in the Southern Province were awarded certificates yesterday (February 03). The event was attended by Deputy Minister of Industry & Commerce Buddhika Pathirana and Indian high commissioner in Sri Lanka Tharanjith Singh Sandhu.

Addressing those gathered Deputy Minister Buddhika Pathirana claimed that although he had entered into politics to be a person who drove the cows in politics rather than being one of them, that the leaders of the country have no requirement of an effective leader.

He further continued to say that most politicians even if they have not been to school, distributed alcohol, lied, assaulted people, committed murder, committed crimes and cut down forests that all this is still considered as qualifications to become a parliamentarian.

The Deputy Minister urged the general public to change this system besides learning in private adding that as people of the country that we all hold a responsibility left to fulfill for the country.

 

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