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’’SLT muve’’ calls for registration of drivers


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"SLT muve" is a naval smart transport service introduced by Sri Lanka’s pioneering and leading telecommunication leader – Sri Lanka Telecom group. 

Registration of drivers for this transport service is scheduled to be held from 20 to 27 May 2019 between 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Sri Lanka Foundation Institute, Colombo 07.

In the first stage, only cars and vans will be registered and this service will be available in Colombo, Gamapaha and Kalutara districts and drivers who are operating in these areas are invited to register for this service. 

 


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