High Commissioner of Pakistan Major General Muhammad Saad Khattak gave more than two checks worth Rs. 66 million and Rs. 8.027 million to President Gotabaya Rajapksa at a service at the Hunupitiya Gangaramaya Temple last Sunday. Guard Secretary (resigned) General G.D.H. Kamal Gunaratne was additionally present.
The measure of Rs. 66 million was declared by Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan during his visit to Sri Lanka in February to advance games through preparing and gear, while Rs. 8.027 million was given to the State Pharmaceutical Corporation of Sri Lanka for alleviation help for COVID 19.
The High Commissioner underscored on the significance of upgraded joint effort between the two nations to elevate individuals. He said that the Government and individuals of Pakistan stand along with the Government and individuals of Sri Lanka in their hour of need to offer all conceivable help to them.
The High Commissioner advised the President around 250 completely subsidized Allama Iqbal Scholarships offered to the Sri Lankan understudies in all controls including 100 grants explicitly distributed for MBBS understudies.
The President was grateful for the Government of Pakistan for offering the grants.
The High Commissioner offered his uncommon thanks to Hunupitiya Gangaramaya Chief Incumbent Dr. Kirinde Assaji Nayaka Thera, who directed the procedures and was the Guest of Honor at the occasion. Dr. Asela Wickramasinghe was available.