The Government has allocated Rs. 50,000 million, under the Deyata Kirula 2014 national development program and exhibition, for infrastructure development in Kegalle, Kurunegala and Puttalam Districts.
According to the sources by the Ministry of Telecommunication and Information Technology,
Deyata Kirula 2014 exhibition will be held from February 21 to February 27 at University of Wayamba, Kuliyapitiya Technical College and Kuliyapitiya Central College premises.
Deyata Kirula will benefit the University of Wayamba by giving an auditorium with a seating capacity for 1,000 a student centre, sports complex and a nano-technical laboratory at a cost of Rs. 600 million.
Similarly, the Kuliyapitiya Technical College will get an administration complex at a cost of Rs. 60 million. The Kuliyapitiya Central College will be benefited with an auditorium and a two storey library at a cost of Rs. 155 million. In addition, the internal road network has been constructed at a cost of Rs. 200 million.
In addition, several roads connecting Kuliyapitiya and surrounding suburbs will be developed at a cost of Rs. 6,257 million.
Moreover, Rs. 380 million had been spent for the construction of four bridges on the Kadahapola - Madampe road.
The President will bestow the Kuliyapitiya Government Hospital in the public on February 21 parallel to the Deyata Kirula 2014 exhibition.