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Parliament gardens closed

The National Assembly this week announced the closure of the parliament gardens, due to the ongoing bio-rehabilitation exercise of the gardens.

The notice which was issued stated that the gardens will be out of bounds to the entire public with immediate effect until further notice.

According to the statement during this period the Parliament gardens are strictly prohibited and violaters will be penalised.

Upon completion of the rehabilitation exercise and reopening of the gardens, their utilisation for functions will be restricted to state events and all the guidelines pertaining to their use will be fully enforces even for lone guests to the garden,” the notice read.

Meanwhile, for further queries, the public was asked to contact the ministry of Works and Transport, Gardening Services, Parliament Office.

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