Moneragala beckons with 5th Deyata Kirula

By Sumanasiri Gunatilleke

President Mahinda Rajapaksa opened the 5th Deyata Kirula exhibition at the Gam Udawa premises on Friday. Models of Development projects in the Moneragala district, valued at Rs 10 billion, were on display. The exhibition will go on till February 10 and is open from 9 am to midnight. It is free for school children, while for adults, entrance by purchase of a lottery ticket.

There are about 1,000 stalls of State and private institutions, along with entertainment for children. Transport arrangements have been made for the convenience of those visiting the exhibition, with all basic needs being made available. Police and army personnel numbering over 7,000 are on duty at the exhibition.

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