Lal Chamika Buddhadasa

The Honourable
Lal Chamika Buddhadasa
Member of the Sri Lankan Parliament
for Badulla District
Personal details
Born September 27
Nationality Sri Lanka Sri Lanka
Political party United People's Freedom Alliance
Spouse(s) Pavithara Ranmali
Alma mater St. Thomas' College, Guruthalawa
Religion Buddhist

Chamika Buddhadasa MP is a Member of Parliament representing the Badulla District. He is the son of Mr A.M. Buddhadasa (Minister of Health - Uva Provincial Council).[1] In May 2010 he was appointed as the responsible MP for the filed of Highways.[2]

Early life

He was born and raised in Welimada and Uva-Paranagama area. His father was a successful businessman and politician. He received his primary and secondary education at the St Thomas college Gurutalawa.[3]

Political career

In 2009 he was appointed as the chief SLFP of the Uva-Paranagama Electorate. [4][5][6]


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