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Heavy traffic in Colombo due to protests

12 September 2018 02:01 pm - 3     - {{hitsCtrl.values.hits}}

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Heavy traffic has been reported from several areas in Colombo due to three separate protests, the Police said.

The road from Borella towards Narahenpita, was congested as a group of drivers from training schools have launched a protest outside the Department of Motor Traffic (RMV) against the privatization of driving licenses.

Police said Maitland Place in Colombo was also congested due to a protest carried out by a group of unemployed graduates demanding employment in the public sector near the Ministry of Public Administration.

Meanwhile, Lotus Road in Colombo is also congested due to a protest march by the Inter University Students’ Federation (IUSF).(Indika Sri Aravinda)

 

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  Comments - 3

  • suresh Wednesday, 12 September 2018 02:44 PM

    Govt has got to ban protesting at this rate.

    channa Wednesday, 12 September 2018 03:47 PM

    daily protests. using the freedom they obtain in 2015 to i.nterrupt the normal life of the people

    observer Wednesday, 12 September 2018 07:00 PM

    Gov't also promised one million jobs in 2015.


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