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Rs. 300 m from India for Madhu pilgrims’ transit accommodation


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A Memorandum of Understanding was signed today for the 

construction of transit accommodation for pilgrims at the Madhu shrine, under an Indian grant of Rs. 300 million, at the Indian High Commission by High Commissioner Taranjit Singh Sandhn and 

Tourism Development and Christian Religious Affairs Ministry Secretary Esala Weerakoon. Deputy Indian High Commissioner Arindam Bagchi, Advisor Dinesh Weerakkody and the Administrator of the Madhu Shrine Rev. Fr. Emilianus Santhiapillai were present at the occasion

 


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