‘Ministers should refrain from criticizing each other’  President
During a special meeting held in Temple Trees Mansion yesterday night, President Mahinda Rajapaksa has warned the Ministers and Deputy Ministers that, they should refrain from criticizing each other.
‘In past days, I have patiently observed how Ministers and Deputy Ministers are criticizing each other, but didn’t take any action against those’ the President said.He also said that, in future,he would not tolerate such misconducts.
President Mahinda Rajapaksa further said that, certain ministers didn’t hand over duties of their ministries to their Deputy Minsters.’They should be given responsibilities of the relevant ministries’ he emphasized.
‘If anybody expects a new ministry, I am ready to consider it also’ the President said.
 

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