Oct 11, 2 months ago

“The cause of degradation of cricket is interference of money” – Arjuna Ranatunga

“The cause of degradation of cricket is interference of money” – Arjuna Ranatunga

Minister of Petroleum Resources Development Arjuna Ranatunga stated that degradation of cricket has caused because of interference of money. He made this reviews at the inauguration ceremony of XBAN 2018 exhibition at the Gampaha Bandaranaike School.

“ We were delighted when we got the opportunity to represent School team or National team. National team will represent 20 Million people. We never betray to expectation of 20 million people for money. Unfortunately, now there is such culture as a country and as a sport. There should be a proper way to exempt from this culture. There were bad news about cricket lately. All of those were caused because of chasing after money. We are not late to change this culture” Minister stated.

“Teachers were punished to us to make us good people. I’m not against punishments. But now, if a teacher punish to a student, they will complain to the human rights. All of us have forget our way when the country go forward” Minister added further.

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