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Mahinda Amaraweera

Mahinda Amaraweera
Deputy Minister of Urban Development & Water Supply
In office
Non-Cabinet Minister of Water Supply
In office
Deputy Minister of Health
In office
Cabinet Minister of Disaster Management
Member of the Sri Lanka Parliament
for Hambantota District
In office
Assumed office
Member of the Sri Lanka Parliament
for National List
In office
Personal details
Born (1962-02-12) February 12, 1962
Nationality Sri Lankan
Political party Sri Lanka Freedom Party
Other political
United People's Freedom Alliance
Residence 110/8 Wijerama Mawatha, Colombo 07
Religion Buddhist

Mahinda Amaraweera (Sinhala:මහින්ද අමරවීර ) (born February 12, 1962) is a Sri Lankan politician. He was the Cabinet Minister of Water Supply. He is a representative of Hambantota District for the United People's Freedom Alliance in the Parliament of Sri Lanka. He resides in Colombo.

Birth and Education

He was born in a remote village called Udayala in Angunukolapelessa. He received his primary education at Angunukolapalessa primary school and secondary education at Vijitha Central College, Dickwella.[1] Now Hon.Mahinda Amaraweera is minister of Disaster Management in Sri Lanka from 22/11/2010


One of the Sri Lanka news papers reported that the Sri Lankan Minister of Disaster Management, Mahinda Amaraweera, was seen driving on the wrong side of the road, up Bauddhaloka Mawatha, damaging another vehicle and subsequently threatening a female passenger for taking pictures of the accident scene. [2]


  2. ^ "The Island". 
  • "MAHINDA AMARAWEERA". Directory of Members.  

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