Mahinda’s sibling, Gotabaya Rajapaksa, who is the current Sri Lankan President, likewise went to the vow taking function.
Colombo: Mahinda Rajapaksa on Sunday (August 9, 2020) made vow as the Sri Lankan Prime Minister for the fourth time at the consecrated Rajamaha Viharaya, a Buddhist sanctuary in Kelaniya, a suburb of national capital Colombo.
The previous Sri Lankan President took to Twitter and communicated, “I am lowered by the open door given to me to serve my kin once more. The trust Sri Lankans bear the cost of me, motivates me to keep serving my country.”
He included, “President Gotabaya Rajapaksa, the new Podujana Party govt. and I will guarantee that lka sets out on a dynamic excursion during our residency.”
His sibling, Gotabaya Rajapaksa, who is the current Sri Lankan President, likewise went to the vow taking function.
Not long after the triumph, Mahinda had tweeted, “Sincere appreciation to all Sri Lankans for putting their trust in President Gotabaya Rajapaksa, myself and the Podujana Party and deciding in favor of the ‘Saubhagye Dakkama’ political race proclamation in overpowering numbers. We will guarantee lka won’t stand frustrated during our residency.”
Head administrator Narendra Modi additionally complimented Mahinda over a call.
In answer, Mahinda stated, “Thank you, PM Narendra Modi, for your salutary call. With the solid help of the individuals of Sri Lanka, I anticipate working with you near further improve the long-standing collaboration between our two nations. Sri Lanka and India are companions and relations.”
PM Modi then stated, “Thank you, Prime Minister Rajapaksa! It was a delight to address you. By and by, numerous congrats. We will cooperate to additionally propel all zones of reciprocal collaboration and to take our extraordinary connections to ever more current statures.”
Mahinda first assumed responsibility as the Sri Lankan Prime Minister from 2004 to 2005 and afterward for brief periods in 2018 and 2019.
Outstandingly, Mahinda has likewise filled in as the Sri Lankan President from 2005 to 2015.