Action on midnight protesters in Sri Lanka: Army uprooted all tents in front of Parliament, 9 arrested including 2 journalists

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Action on midnight protesters in Sri Lanka: Army uprooted all tents in front of Parliament, 9 arrested including 2 journalists
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3:51 AM July 23, 2022
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The Sri Lankan army uprooted the tents of anti-government protesters in front of Parliament House on the intervening night of Thursday-Friday. During this time some protesting protesters have also been injured. According to media reports, a total of 9 people, including 2 journalists, have been arrested. New President Ranil Wickramasinghe warned of strict action to the anti -government protesters after taking oath on Thursday. A few hours later, the army planned to take action and executed it late at night. Galle face is important among these organizations. The organization raised slogans against him during and later during Ranil's oath. Galle Face says it is meaningless to have any kind of expectation from the new President and the new government. The new government will not be able to overcome the difficulties in any case. The common man has not been able to get any relief from the government till now. Why the protesters of Anil alleged that Ranil Wickramasinghe is actually a man of the Rajapaksa family. They will take the same steps that the Rajapaksa family would like. These protesters had said in a statement released on Thursday- The country cannot bear the cost of elections at this time, but some steps can be taken. We want that no supporter of Rajapaksa should be given a place in the new government. We will never accept the government in which Wickramasinghe will be involved. Ranil has been saving and saving the Rajapaksa family and will continue to save. The Human Rights Commission has been accused of human rights violations several times. The action of the night of Thursday and Friday is also under question. A protestor said- Army arrived here at around 1.30 pm on Thursday-Friday. This time was chosen very thoughtfully, because there was no one for media coverage at that time. The protesters were also sleeping. The Human Rights Commission said- people were treated with virtue. Many are injured. Two journalists are missing. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.

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