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Anura Vidanagamage appointed Uva Provincial Minister


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Provincial Councilor Anura Vidanagamage has been appointed Minister of Health and Indigenous Medicine, Probationary and Child Protection and Women Affairs and Social Welfare of the Uva Provincial Council.

Vidanagamage accepted his letter of appointment from Uva Province Governor M. P. Jayasinghe on Thursday, 10 August, at the Presidential Secretariat in the presence of President Maithripala Sirisena.

The President also appointed MP Thenuka Vidanagamage as the Co-organiser of the Mahiyangana Divisional Development Committee at the Presidential Secretariat.


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