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People in the North feel welfare measures by the Govt is due to Western pressure

by Jehan Perera

The first green shoots of new life are emerging after a long period of drought in the north of the country, parts of which were not under government control for close on three decades, and where a terrible war was fought to its bitter end three years ago.

David Hall, UK’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) Team Leader for South Asia Department who visited Sri Lanka recently had an official visit to Jaffna, Mullaitivu and Vavuniya from 23 – 25 January 2012-Pic courtesy of: UKInSriLanka

Visiting the Vanni after a year it was wonderful to see the new life beginning to bloom, not only in the fertile agricultural lands but also in the towns. [click here to read in full ~ on dbsjeyaraj.com: People in the North feel welfare measures by the Govt is due to Western pressure]

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