Colombo, PTI. Ranil Wickremesinghe has been appointed as the new Prime Minister of the country amid the economic and political crisis of Sri Lanka. To end Sri Lanka’s unprecedented economic crisis, new Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe has proposed the leader of the main opposition Samagi Jana Balvegaya (SJB) to form a common government, leaving party politics. Wickremesinghe inducted four ministers into the government on Saturday. GL Peiris has been again given the responsibility of External Affairs Minister, while Dinesh Gunawardene has been made Public Administration, Prasanna Ranatunga as Urban Development and Kanchana Vijashekhar as Energy Minister. All four are leaders of the Sri Lanka Podujana Peramuna (SLPP).

Cabinet expansion for the first time The cabinet has been expanded for the first time since President Gotabaya Rajapaksa announced an all-party interim government. The number of ministers in Wickremesinghe’s cabinet may be limited to 20. Meanwhile, the SLPP has decided to support Wickremesinghe, who holds only one seat in Parliament, so that he can prove his majority. Curfew was relaxed from 6 am to 6 pm after reviewing the tense situation arising out of violence in the past so that people can buy everyday things.

You may know that on Monday, President Gotabaya Rajapaksa’s elder brother Mahinda Rajapaksa resigned from the post of Prime Minister after violent protests. Everything fell apart in Sri Lanka, facing the worst economic crisis since its independence. In such a situation, there is a big responsibility on PM Wickremesinghe. After becoming the PM, he has urged the leader of the main opposition party Samagi Jana Balvegaya (SJB) on Saturday, in which the PM said that he should leave the party politics and join hands with him. Form a non-partisan government to resolve and stabilize the issues.

PM Wickremesinghe wrote a letter

An online news portal Daily Mirror reported that 73-year-old United National Party (UNP) leader Ranil Wickremesinghe, who was appointed as the 26th Prime Minister of Sri Lanka on Thursday, wrote a letter to SJB leader Sajith Premadasa. In the letter, he called on Wickremesinghe to immediately resolve the burning issues facing the people and support the joint effort made by them to stabilize the country economically, politically and socially by getting foreign aid. Is.

At the same time, according to another online news portal Hiru News, PM Wickremesinghe urged him to leave party politics and form a non-partisan government that goes far beyond traditional politics.

PM demands positive response from leaders

PM Ranil Wickremesinghe is known as a person who can handle the economy through far-reaching policies, in which he has taken his first step. The Prime Minister has also demanded a positive and quick response from the Leader of the Opposition, as the future of the country is facing dire situation day by day. The economy is in ruins. The country is facing a severe economic crisis.

Edited By: Ashish Rajput