PM Modi instructs Indian High Commissioner to Sri Lanka to spend at least $3 mn for Buddhist heritage

New Delhi, Sept 28: Prime Minister Narendra Modi instructed Indian High Commissioner Gopal Baglay to take measures to spend at least US $ 3 million annually out of US $ 15 million pledged for the development of Buddhist heritage and Hindu temples in Sri Lanka and report to New Delhi, Foreign Minister Prof. G.L. Peiris said.
PM Modi instructs Indian  
“Prime Minister Modi has created a US $ 15 million fund to develop Buddhist Viharas and Hindu Kovils. The Prime Minister has instructed Indian envoy Gopal Baglay in Colombo to spend US $ 3 million out of it annually and report it to New Delhi,” he said.