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* Sri Lanka's Justice Minister discusses Law College admission issues with chief prelate
Wed, Apr 16, 2014, 09:48 pm SL Time, ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka.

Apr 16, Colombo: Justice Minister of Sri Lanka Rauf Hakeem has discussed the issues over the admission of students to the Law College with the Chief Prelate (Mahanayake Thero) of the Malwathu Chapter.

The Minister has explained the problems and discussed with the Thero the issues faced by the students and how best it could be done without any controversies.

The Mahanayake Thero has requested the Minister to ensure that the admissions are carried out in a justifiable manner.

Hakeem had also discussed the current political situation in the country and issues related to the Muslims and minorities in the country.

The Minister has reportedly presented the Mahanayake Thero a copy of the publication Muslims of Sri Lanka authored by Dr. Ms. Lorna Devaraja during the visit.

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