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Dullas Alahapperuma

Dullas Alahapperuma
Cabinet Minister of Youth Affairs and Skills Development
Member of the Sri Lankan Parliament
for National List
Assumed office
23rd April 2010
Former Cabinet Minister of Transport
Personal details
Born (1959-05-14) May 14, 1959 (age 55)
Sri Lanka
Nationality Sri Lanka Sri Lankan
Political party Sri Lanka Freedom Party
Spouse(s) Pradeepa Dharmadasa
Children Mahima Induwara
Kaushika Nalanda
Alma mater St. Servatius' College
Ananda College
Occupation Journalist, Politics

Dullas Daham Kumara Alahapperuma (born May 14, 1959) (known as Dullas Alahapperuma) is a Sri Lankan politician, current Cabinet Minister of Youth Affairs and Skills Development and a National List member of the Parliament of Sri Lanka.

Early life

Alahapperuma was born on May 14 in 1959 at Dikwella, Matara to School Principal parents, Carolis Alahapperuma and Aslin Alahapperuma.


He his married to Pradeepa Darmadasa, (current member of the public performance board) daughter of P.K and Hema Dharmadasa of Galle, and has two children Mahima Induwara and Kaushika Nalanda.

See also


  • Sri Lanka Parliament profile
  • ‘I appreciate him as a politician but prefer the journalist in him’

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