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* 'Jana Mahimaya' UPFA rally to show support to the government today
Mon, Nov 5, 2018, 10:34 am SL Time, ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka.

Nov 05, Colombo: The 'Jana Mahimaya' political rally organized by the United People's Freedom Alliance (UPFA) political parties to show support to the present government will commence at the Parliamentary Complex today starting at noon.

The aim of the mass demonstration is to defeat the attempts to suppress the people's will on the needs of Western countries, UPFA MP Udaya Gammanpila said.

Gammanpila invited all those parties who love the motherland to participate in the protest.

MP Prasanna Ranatunga said the whole world will know that the UPFA government has people's support from the massive river of people gathering at the Parliament roundabout today (5th).

Arrangements have been made to continue the protest rally until about 6 pm.


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