Special visitor at Temple Trees

- sundaytimes.lk

Manesha Pathirana, a 12-year-old student of Piliyandala, Makuluduwa Kanishta Vidyalaya who is suffering from a cancer in her spine met the President atTemple Trees.

Under the guidance of the Chief Sanghanayaka of the United Kingdom, Viharadhipathi of Scotland Viharaya, Venerable Kamburawela Revatha Thera,  Manesha received an invitation to visit Temple Trees to see the President. She came to Temple Trees today (28) with her mother.

Picture shows the President in a conversation with the child and wishing her good health. Minister of Public Administration and Home Affairs, W.D.J. Senevirathne, Secretary to the President, Lalith Weeratunga and the chairperson of “Mage Pathuma” Foundation, Mrs. Nelum Arachchige are also in the picture.


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