Final rites of News 1st journalist Chandramathi Kulandhyvel to be held tomorrow

Final rites of News 1st journalist Chandramathi Kulandhyvel to be held tomorrow

Final rites of News 1st journalist Chandramathi Kulandhyvel to be held tomorrow

Written by Staff Writer

22 Nov, 2020 | 11:45 pm

COLOMBO (News1st): The final rites of News 1st journalist Chandramathi Kulandhyvel whose sudden demise shocked the hearts of many will take place at Kandaketiya in Kandy on Monday.

Kulandhyvel, 29, was born in the Kandyan town of Pussellawa on the 7th of July in 1991.

She completed her primary education at the Pupuressa Tamil College and her secondary education at the Hindu National College in Pussellawa.

During her schooling career, Chandramathi excelled in several co-curricular activities and won the hearts of her schoolmates and teachers.

She graduated with a degree from India’s SSM College of Arts and Science and ventured into the field of journalism by joining the Thinakkural newspaper.

Chandramathi who joined News 1st in 2016, tied the knot to her beloved husband Subramaniyam Sarawana that year.

During her four-year tenure at News1st, she remained an active journalist who remained committed to ensuring the people’s right to information.

As a determined reporter and a producer, Chandramathi fulfilled her responsibilities to the fullest, disregarding the medical conditions that stood her way.

She extended her contribution beyond the newsroom, by being an active member of the Gammadda movement that walked the country to bring a smile to the faces of the people.

Her contribution to the Sahana Yathra operation that functioned to provide relief to the people in times of natural disasters is another testament to her commitment.

Chandramathi’s sudden demise has sent shockwaves across the newsroom at News1st and has left behind immense grief in the hearts of many beloved colleagues.

As an individual who left an indelible mark in the hearts of many,

Dear Chandramathi Kulandhyvel,

May you Rest in Peace!

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