Colombo, Pratr. Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa may dissolve the current Parliament anytime after Sunday to conduct general elections soon. It is being told that parliamentary elections can be held in the country by the middle of April. Foreign Minister Dinesh Gunawardhana indicated this on Saturday. The term of the current Parliament is till 31 August this year.

The election process will be completed by April

Looking at the possibility of a general election, Sri Lanka Election Commissioner Mahinda Deshpriya has also said that the election nomination work will be started from March 12 if the President dissolves the Parliament. This will allow the election process for the 225-seat parliament to be completed by April.

After winning the presidential election last year, Gotabaya appointed his elder brother Mahinda Rajapaksa as the acting Prime Minister.

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Sri Lankan Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa visited India recently

Let me tell you that Mahinda Rajapaksa, who became Prime Minister after the President-elect Gotabaya Rajapaksa came to power in the recent election in Sri Lanka, came to India on his first foreign trip. The warmth between the two leaders in the bilateral meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi is clear that Rajapaksa will not follow the old path of unilateral tilt towards China in this new innings of power. That is why Mahinda has also given first preference to meeting Modi after his younger brother President Gotabaya selected India for the first foreign tour.

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During the bilateral talks, Prime Minister Modi also laid special emphasis on increasing the friendly relations of India-Sri Lanka from People to People level. At the same time, Modi had an open discussion with Rajapaksa, keeping the agenda of protecting the interests of Sri Lankan Tamils ​​as a priority.

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