The enterprise Sri Lanka exhibition will commence in Moneragala today

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The enterprise Sri Lanka exhibition will commence in Moneragala today. It has been organised by the ministry of finance and mass media to publicise the government’s aim of making Sri Lanka and entrepreneurship paradise. The exhibition will have 12 zones and 515 trade stalls of private and public sectors. The exhibition will be held from 10.00 am to 12 midnight. The inaugural ceremony will be held at 4.00 pm today under the patronage of Prime Minister Ranil Wickremasinghe. The exhibition will conclude on Friday. The Sri Lanka Transport Board has arranged special bus service for the convenience of the public who come to Moneragala to visit the exhibition. Uva provincial manager of SLTB W.A.G.Ranaweera told the SLBC that about 200 buses will be deployed for this purpose.

Moneragala will undergo a series of development projects to be initiated under the Gamperaliya rapid rural development programme to coincide with this exhibition. Furthermore, three Green Parks will be established in the three electorates of the district.

The Groundbreaking ceremony for the Green Parks in Moneragala, Wellawaya and Bibila electorates will take place today. The Moneragala District Government Agent Padma Kulasuriya said that each Green Park will consist of a meditation centre, gymnasium, jogging path and a library.

In addition to that, several rural and provincial roads will also be developed and all schools in the district without access to proper sanitation facilities will be provided such facilities. School grounds as well as public playgrounds have also been earmarked to be developed via the Gamperaliya programme to promote sports among schoolchildren.

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