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Committee appointed to look into issues of IDPs in Mannar

19 May 2017 - 31   - 0

A committee was appointed to look into the issues of Internally Displaced People (IDPs) and those who resettle in Mannar district following discussion with Secretary to the President P. B. Abeykoon, Presidential Secretariat said.

A group of Muslim representatives and the officials of the Department of Forest Conservation including Secretary to the Ministry of Environment participated in this meeting.  It was discussed in detail regarding the issues faced by the people in the area, and how to solve those issues.

Under the guidance of the President during the meeting it was decided to appoint a Special Committee to solve these issues and stated that the  Committee report should submit within one month to the President.

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