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Mrs. Pushpa Rajapaksha – Profile

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Mrs. Pushpa Rajapaksha is a lawyer by profession and she is the wife of Minister Basil Rajapaksha. Basil Rajapaksha is one of the brothers of Sri Lanka president Mahinda Rajapaksha and other than the ministerial position he shoulder many responsibilities in their political party, Sri Lanka Freedom Party. Photoes of Mrs. Pushpa Rajapaksha: Await: More Photos She is currently engaged in political and social activities in Gampaha District under the patronage of her husband Mr. Basil Rajapaksha. There has been plans to offer her a organizer position in Gampaha District initially and it has been postponed for an unknown reason. News and Gossips: 2013-08-30 : Reliable information from ruling party reveals that Mrs. Pushpa Rajapaksha may contest for Chief Minister position of the Western Province at the Western Province election. Await: Updates

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Should not abuse Sinhala language.
Calender in Sinhala.
January – Duruthu
February – Navam
March – Medin
April – Bak
May – Wesak
June – Poson
July – Esala
August – Nikini
September – Binara
October – Vap
November – Il
December – Unduvap