To be an effective instrument to the Government Endeavour to cultivate national harmony in Jaffna Peninsula through uplifting the physical quality of life and spiritual value of the people.
09th October 2021 12:28:45 Hours
In line with the Army day, troops of 522 Brigade under 52 Infantry Division of the Security Forces Headquarters Jaffna together with 15th Battalion of Gajaba Regiment presented stationery packs for 45 students of Madihe Pannaseeha Sinhala and Hindu Mixed School in Puththur, Jaffna as yet another humanitarian project of 52 Division.
Madihe Pannaseeha Sinhala and Hindu Mixed School in Jaffna was established in 1967 under the patronage of Most Venerable Madihe Pannaseeha Mahathera in order to create a learning platform for the underprivileged students in Puththur. At the inception, there were classes from grade one to eleven comprising of 160 students. Due to war, strength of the students of school has run down to 45. Today was a significant day for all Children of Madihe Pannaseeha School as they received much needed stationery packs from the Commander Security Forces (Jaffna). In response to a request made by Commander 522 Infantry Brigade, donors from Wariyapola area, Ven Wadugedara Sarananda Thero, Mr. Manjula Darmasena, Mr. Suresh Chandrapala from Supreme Garments, Biyagama and 98 batch of Musaeus College Past Pupils Association, Colombo sponsored these stationery packs containing all essentials worth of Rs.3500.00 each.
The ceremony was graced by the Commander Security Forces (Jaffna), Major General Jagath Kodithuwakku RWP RSP ndu as the Chief Guest together with General Officer Commanding 52 Infantry Division Brigadier Chandana Wickramasighe RWP RSP ndu psc.
The principal and teachers of Madihe Pannaseeha Sinhala and Hindu Mixed School, government officials and army officers were also present at the occasion.