Uni protest causes traffic in Town Hall

7 February 2017 12:54 pm - 6     - {{hitsCtrl.values.hits}}

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Heavy traffic was reported in Town Hall and along the roads leading to the area from Thummulla Junction and Borella due to a protest march carried out by the Inter University Trade Union Joint Committee (IUTUJC).

The protesters are scheduled to march towards the University Grants Commission (UGC).

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  • GOD GANESH Tuesday, 07 February 2017 01:39 PM

    What happen to this country under YAMAPALANAYA ? Economy finished, corruption sky rocketing, political stability gone, no investment other than cheating like walksvagon and high interest rates.

    Chamali Tuesday, 07 February 2017 02:05 PM

    A protest claiming to be intended towards protecting the public, creating so much inconvenience to the public..oh the irony!

    Bala Tuesday, 07 February 2017 03:07 PM

    Too much freedom. People misusing it.

    Sharon Tuesday, 07 February 2017 03:50 PM

    Yamapalana daily routine via DM iOS App

    gum Wednesday, 08 February 2017 05:30 AM

    Yes, you are right Henry. Definitely we are heading for a JVP era. The government should not allow these gangsters to go on like this.

    henry Tuesday, 07 February 2017 04:42 PM

    too much of freedom.govt needs to tighten law and order without wasting time .country is going back to the JVP era via DM Android App


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