21 illegal constructions along Mirissa Beach demolished

2018-05-11 23:17:21

Twenty one illegal constructions along the Mirissa Beach were demolished today by the Coast Conservation Department (CCD). Pix by Krishan Jeewaka Jayaruk

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  • Gamarala Saturday, 12 May 2018 13:21

    The Tourist Board/Tourist Police should control all these Beach areas and see that the tourists are safe and able to enjoy their holidays without hindrance of any kind. If this is not properly controlled ASAP. Tourists will gravitate to other destinations like the Maldives, Kerala, Malaysia, Indonesia and so forth. Especially like what took place around this area to some female tourists. Already there are news items in most western countries about the insident.

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    Ajja Saturday, 12 May 2018 14:12

    Excellent...after long time Yahapalana government took a bold decision.

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    husam ghaffari Sunday, 13 May 2018 09:18

    wonder ful job SLanka police

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    Abey Tuesday, 15 May 2018 13:00

    Well Done, I hope the Govt will act to stop other places run by thugs around the country. There is a Famous Restaurant in Negombo owned by an Ex- Deputy minister, 100% MR catcher whom Prez had the audacity to keep as a deputy minister, a well known Drug King and it seems He is above the Law. Only a person like Sarath Fonseka will be brave enough to act on such King-pins

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