Today’s student protests in Colombo restricted by Court

18 July 2017 02:09 pm - 4     - {{hitsCtrl.values.hits}}

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The Colombo Fort Magistrate today issued an order preventing Inter-University Student Federation, Medical Students’ Union and Inter-University Bhikkhu Federation, causing public disturbance or forcibly entering Government offices during its scheduled protest today.

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  • Democracy Tuesday, 18 July 2017 03:14 PM

    They and all others should be banned from demonstrating on the roads, as they are not only a public disturbance but also a public nuisance. Also these student protests should not be tolerated as they are wasting public money by not attending lectures, as they do not value what they get free. The Govt should take a tough stand against all demonstrators, as they are shouting for each and everything not allowing the Govt. to govern. Now enough of this nonsense.

    kondaya77 Tuesday, 18 July 2017 10:35 PM

    The order will be ignored by these hooligans! G.M.O.A.will come to their rescue ! only in! Lanka.

    Peter Wednesday, 19 July 2017 06:39 AM

    LIsten to their voice, this government too going in the same path which the previous one went ,very soon one of these agitators will diea and then trouble would be go beyond control .Big talks of rajitha or shape talks of sirisena won't work then

    Ben Wednesday, 19 July 2017 08:16 AM

    Sri Lanka has become the best country to live and investThanks to free education and Z score for brining all the top talent to the city street.Talented, when we see the shortgae of street cleaners.This is our garbage now need investor suggestion to cl;ean up.Ask only CHINA how to do the clean up. No other countries with HR should be consulted. it is a waste of time.


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