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A strong promise from The Minister of Education Akila Viraj Kariyawasam in front of Ruwanweli Dagoba to be dedicated for the protection of the Buddhism and the Buddhist heritage of this country

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The Minister of Education Akila Viraj Kariyawasam made a strong promise in front of Ruwanweli Dagoba recently saying that he will act dedicatedly to protect the Buddhism and the Buddhist heritage of this country disregarding any obstacle he faces. He stated this while participating in the ceremony held for offering the sand compound of Ruwanweli Dagoba after the renovation of it under the instructions of The Prime Minister Ranil Wickramasinghe and the chief incumbent of the Ruwanweli Dagoba most venerable Pallegama Hemarathana Nayaka Thera.

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Further expressing his ideas the minister emphasized that a special program will be implemented to demarcate the boundaries of Buddhist Archeological sites.

Accordingly he will interfere with the matter of conservation of the Archeological places like Kooragala and dedicate himself for the protection of Archeological heritage not giving in to any obstacle, the minister emphasized. In addition to this, 400 million rupees that was generated by the Central Cultural Fund through the selling of entrance tickets to the foreign tourists, have been allocated this year to conserve the temples throughout the country and also the steps have been taken to provide 100 million rupees for the conservation of temples in difficult areas.

A gathering including The Minister P. Harrison, The Minister Chandrani Bandara, Ministers, MPs and officials had joined in this function that was held under the patronage of The Prime Minister Ranil Wicramasinghe.

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