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* Sri Lanka Muslim party and Tamil party hold discussions on people's issues in East
Fri, May 30, 2014, 11:33 pm SL Time, ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka.

May 30, Colombo: Sri Lankan government's coalition party, Sri Lanka Muslim Congress and the main Tamil party, the Tamil National Alliance held a meeting today to discuss the problems faced by the people in the East.

At the meeting held in Kalmunai Municipal Council, the two parties noted that the goodwill between Muslim and Tamil people in the region is growing.

They discussed in detail the common problems the Muslim and Tamil people in the Kalmunai area are facing.

From the Sri Lanka Muslim Congress, its leader Minister Rauf Hakeem, General Secretary Hassan Ali, and Kalmunai Municipal Council Mayor M. Abul Hassam and other SLMC members participated in the discussions while TNA MPs Mavai Senathirajah, MA Sumanthiran and S. Yogeswaran, TELO Secretary -General Henry Mahendran were also present.

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