Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa says that he will not hesitate to perform duties by the children. The Prime Minister mentioned this while attending a function today to mark the 70th anniversary of the Thurston Collage, Colombo. Speaking on the occasion Prime Minister Rajapaksa said that, some time ago Thurston collage was popular as a school to enroll students sacked from other schools. The Prime Minister said, that era has ended now and the school has developed in all fields. Prime Minister further said that he appreciated the contribution made by past students for the activities of the school.
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