TNA to launch awareness campaign Saturday in Trinco

[TamilNet, Saturday, 16 October 2004, 00:24 GMT]
Tamil National Alliance (TNA) is to launch its first district level political awareness campaign in Trincomalee Saturday with a political rally in the evening at the Trincomalee Hindu Cultural Hall located along the Inner harbour Road facing the Trincomalee harbour. Organizers, expecting heavy rain, changed the venue from Sivankoviladi, sources said.

TNA parliamentarians are scheduled to meet Saturday morning at the New Silver Star Hotel with Mr.R.Sampanthan, parliamentary group leader in the chair to plan out their activities. Later they are to hold a press brifing outlining their three-day campaign in the Trincomalee district till Monday and the objectives behind this programme, TNA sources said.

A discussion between TNA parliamentarians and representatives of Muslim civil society in Trincomalee is also expected to take place Saturday morning, TNA sources said.

Later in the afternoon TNA parliamentarians are scheduled to meet representatives of Tamil organizations and civil groups at the Trincomalee Town Hall, sources said.

TNA parliamentary group will tour villages in the north of Trincomalee district on Sunday and visit villages in the south of the district on Monday, sources said.

 

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