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National Chamber felicitates members conferred with national honours


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DFT-8-10From left: W.K. Wegaptiya, D. Eassuwaran, National Chamber President Sujeeve Samaraweera, Dr. Victor Hettigoda, Speaker  Karu Jayasuriya,  Mineka Wickramasinghe, Captain M.G. Kularatne, Prof. Lal Chandrasena and Thilak de Zoysa. Not present Abbass Akbarally

 

The National Chamber recognised members who were bestowed with national honours by the Government by felicitating them at a ceremony held at Colombo Hilton Residences on 26 May. 

The event was graced by a large number of Chamber members, family guests and well-wishers.

Names of winners

  • Ceylon Biscuits President Emeritus Deshamanya Mineka Wickramasinghe
  • Akbar Brothers Chairman Deshamanya Abbass Akbarally
  • Deshabandu D. Eassuwaran, Past President of the Chamber and Chairman of Eswaran Brothers Exports Ltd.
  • Laugfs Holdings Chairman Deshabandu W.K. Wegaptiya
  • Maga Engineering Ltd. Chairman/Managing Director Deshabandu Captain M.G. Kularatne
  • Nawaloka Hospitals Ltd. Past Council Member and Director/General Manager Vidhya Jothy Prof. Lal Chandrasena 
  • Hettigoda Group Chairman Deshabandu Dr. Victor Hettigoda
  • Deshabandu Thilak de Zoysa, Chairman Supervisory Board and Advisor to the Al-Futtaim Group of Companies in Sri Lanka 
  • Deshabandu Karu Jayasuriya, Speaker of Parliament and Past President of the National Chamber

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