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Poson Bodu Gee Saraniya of People’s Bank


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Poson Bodu Gee organised by the staff members of People’s Bank was held for the 14th consecutive year at the historic city of Anuradhapura. The event was held near the much-revered Buddhist monument, the sacred Ruwanweli Seya. 

The event was organised with the directives and counsels received by the chief incumbent of the sacred Ruwanweli Seya, Ven. Pallegama Hemaratana Thero and the occasion saw the participation and the presence of Anuradhapura district secretariat R.M. Wanninayake, Assistant Chief Secretary (Finance) W. Gnana Wijesinghe, People’s Bank Chief Executive Officer/General Manager Rasitha Ginawardene, corporate management, executive management along with a large number of People’s Bank’s staff members. 


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