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A man of exemplary courage


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As the nation races towards rapid development and hub status with a vision of becoming the ‘Miracle of Asia,’ Sri Lanka cannot afford to forget a man like Auditor Lalith Ambanwela, who has paid the price for his commitment to uncovering corruption in a nation that is plagued by it; a man who should serve as an example to us all. Ambanwela was the victim of a vicious acid attack in 2002 after he tried to expose the fraudulent acts that were taking place in the sub office of the Education Department in Kandy.

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