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On August 8, 2009, the Uva Province People delivered a historic victory. This victory was the result of a Movement to put Uva Province first, to Uplift the Education, and to develop the Physical Infrastructure, and once again a shining Pride on the hill. But our Movement cannot stop now - we still have much work to do.

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All achievements during the administration period.

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Best speeches that were done for the public community.

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Milestone events in the political career.

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Developing Infrastructure facilities to uplift people's lives.

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To improve the educational level of the children in Monaragala.

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Occasions of protecting cultural events and areas.

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Ruhunu Maha Kataragama Dewalaya, a shrine dedicated to God Kataragama situated in the Monaragala District of the Uva Province is very popular with Buddhists, Hindus and indigenous Vedda communities. As per the Dept. of Archeology, this dewalaya has been identified as one of the oldest Kataragama Dewalayas in Sri Lanka...

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Shasheendra Rajapaksa became the Chief Minister of the Uva Province, a historic province of the country's nine provinces, by securing a record 136,697 preferential votes at the election held in 2009. It was no doubt a record, as his preferential vote percentage stood at 80%, which no other Chief Minister had ever achieved in the history of provincial council elections of Sri Lanka...

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Shasheendra Rajapaksa has always been one of the few closest confidants of His Excellency Mahinda Rajapaksa, the President of Sri Lanka. Young Shasheendra was first chosen by Honourable Mahinda Rajapaksa MP as his Private Secretary way back in 2002, when he became the Leader of the Opposition in the Sri Lankan Parliament...

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