Public sector employees must wear saree: Public Admin Ministry
Posted on May 31st, 2019

Dr Sarath obeysekera 

There should be more clarity in above ruling 

Muslims and burger ladies may not wate sarees?

Standards for the blouse whether sleeveless or sleeved , whether naval button can be seen or not , and obe’ Theeraya” measurement by specifying width , front of the blouse to cover chest area and the back , etc etc

Otherwise fashionable ladies may improvise saree to look more revealing and vulgar ?

Dr Sarath obeysekera 

4 Responses to “Public sector employees must wear saree: Public Admin Ministry”

  1. Christie Says:

    “look more revealing”.

    Dr. Sarath; look an enjoy.

    Pkease read Salalihini Sandesaya and make a trip to Sigiriya.

    By the way Sinhalese women never wore Sarees before the large scale arrival of Indian Colonial Parasites.

    Let us boycott Saree and Vetti.

    Freedom from Indian imperialism and colonialism.

  2. Christie Says:

    Let us follow Russia.

    https://www.msn.com/en-au/money/company-news/this-company-is-paying-female-employees-to-wear-short-skirts/ar-AACepcD?ocid=spartandhp

  3. Ancient Sinhalaya Says:

    Great!
    No goni billa dress (high fashion in hell for ghosts, black makes it even gorier). To wear that you have to be brain
    dead or brainless. This is 21st century, not year 0000 or 650 and Sri Lanka doesn’t have sand storms brain
    deads!

    Read
    Charles Darwin’s Theory of Evolution
    Natural Selection
    his book, The Tree of Life
    NASA’s missions into space to know how big the earth/universe is
    Buddhism’s Five Precepts which is used in every country in the world as their penal code (no 1:1:100, etc.)
    Gravitational forces which the earth, moon etc. possess which make them round and orbit the sun
    Solar energy, wind farms etc. which the planet supposed to use instead of fossil fuels for the planet to survive
    There are a lot of things you can do broaden your horizons in this 21st century and live in the 21st century.

  4. Susantha Wijesinghe Says:

    LET THERE BE FREEDOM OF DRESS. I MEAN, MODEST DRESS.

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