Minister of Local Government and Provincial Councils Janaka Bandara Tennekoon of Sri Lanka

Tennekoon said his house was taken by force by the UPFA as it was unable to take a house on rent due to the party becoming unpopular in the area.
of the PA at his premises in Dambulla.
issue at the next committee meeting.
Tennekoon said he joined the UNP to engage in gentlemanly politics as advised by his father, the respected politician T.
Pramitha Bandara Tennekoon , the son of Local Government Minister Janaka Bandara Tennekoon is contesting the election under the UPFA’s betel symbol while the minister’s brother Asoka Tennekoon is contesting on the UNP ticket in the Matale district.
Tennekoon said that his fathers policies are not being followed by his Minister brother , and that is why he crossed over to the UNP in disgust today.
inaugural convention of the SLFP (M.
Government Minister Janaka Bandara Tennekoon is reportedly preparing to move a proposal before the Sri Lanka Freedom Partys Central Committee for the expulsion of former President Chandrika Kumaratunga as Senior Patron of the party.
Minister Tennekoon has told Sunetra Athugalpura.