Will encourage youth to become entrepreneurs – Anura Dissanayake
The National People’s Power says it will create a situation in which the youth is tempted to become new small and medium scale entrepreneurs under a government led by the National People’s Power (NPP).
Speaking during the Anuradhapura District Conference Leader of the NPP Parliamentarian Anura Kumara Dissanayake said the NPP will encourage the youth to become small and medium scale entrepreneurs.
He noted that is the path the world is moving towards adding that all houses along the side of the road from Anuradhapura to Galgamuwa have an adjoining shop.
MP Dissanayake added however, a majority of such shops are closed.
He claimed people believe having a shop is beneficial if they have a house on the side of the road, and try different types of businesses.
The MP stated people first try having a Kottu shop, then try a beauty salon and move on to a hardware shop.
He added when all else fails they purchase a three-wheeler and when that fails the woman of the house leaves for jobs overseas.
MP Dissanayake said business plans need to be made based on analyzed data and information, and not based on what the others are doing.
MP Anura Kumara Dissanayake stressed that data must be analyzed in order for a country to move forward.
(Source: News Radio)
Good idea! You don’t need to be the government in power to do that. Ask the Sri lankan youth to use their brains and effort to stand up on their feet after receiving free primary, secondary and university education, instead of going on marching demanding the government to provide them with jobs too for the life too. Put the head above the edge of the hole we have dug ourselves in and see how things are done in those countries that said to be developed. Those countries have got rid of the impossible to sustain ‘subsidising’ and government having to provide everything from the birth to death,
JVP knows how to treat youth. With their two uprisings in the past how many youth perished or made to sacrifice their lives. Without asking youths to wear loin cloth (amude) and making them to demonstrate against everything under the sun allow them to have a fruitful university education without inhumane ragging!
Well every body is over promising and under delivering. ” business plans need to be made based on analyzed data and information” From which book did you pick up this statement?
I love your response to Amarakoon.
Fruitful University education?
That’s good for only cleaning the toilets in Romania.
“Well every body is over promising and under delivering.”
I am not for or against what you have written. To a country full of idiots who expect the country to be developed within 5 year term and not expect to undergo any hardship during that process, that is the only ting need to be told to get voted into power.
Indra it is not 5 years but 75 years gone without any development. Go to Fort railway station. It is almost the same after handed to us 75 years ago. There is some cosmetic meaning less structure build but it does not solve the basic needs people want like food etc.
BTW, bro Ranjith thank you so much for mentioning the sorry state of Fort Railway station. In fact I was there in December to catch a train to Ragama. Yes, it was so dirty (including the latrines) and the structure is the same. I remembered the first time I came to this station to get a train to Kandy with my late dad some 55 years ago. Yes, the structure of the railway station is the same and needs a facelift before it collapse. How ever I noticed one thing. On that particular day there was a strike organized by Railway station staff. But the trains ran and commuters were so happy because they were able ride without a ticket! I never herd anyone even criticizing the government!! Because after all there is something called ‘Free-lunch’ in SL.
The reason Sri Lankens want get anywhere, I can put it in one word. JEALOUSY. There is a Sinhalese word called “KUHAKA”. No other language has a similar word for it.
‘YES’! FULLY AGREE.
It is a national trait.
Look at how they treat each other on the road. That is more than good enough example.