“We reject racism. The present government wants to safeguard the dignity and rights of every citizen in this country in a uniform manner,” Rajapaksa said while addressing a new session of Parliament. “Therefore, I urge those politicians who continue to incite people against each other for narrow political gains to stop doing so,” he said.
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