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Soldiers Reconstruct Dilapidated Roads to Kovilakkandy & Navatkului

[2012-08-29 11:26:49]

Access roads to two remote villages, Kovilakkandy and Navatkuli which were in need of urgent repair due to constant use were reconstructed within two days by the soldiers of the 18th Gemunu Watch (18 GW) of Thanankilappu for the convenience of residents in the area.

As those roads had not been touched for timely renovations, transportation was a bitter experience for road users. Although reconstruction of them was a dire need for residents in those villages, they lacked sufficient resources and necessary man power for the task.

Finally, soldiers of the 18 GW, with guidance of the Commander 523 Brigade Colonel Ajantha Wijesuriya undertook the reconstructions on 25th August and completed it within two days.

Villagers also cooperated in this community welfare project of the soldiers who provided lunch and tea to them on 25th and 26th. About 90 soldiers participated in the project.


 
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