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2018-03-08 16:33:08
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An organisation by the name Citizens Against Racism today staged a peaceful protest outside the Fort Railway station in Colombo against the incidents of race-based violence in several areas of the country. Several activists also participated in the event. The photo shows a man showing gratitude to the National Flag in his own way during the protest. Pix by Kushan Pathiraja


  Comments - 8

  • Siyabala Thursday, 8 March 2018 17:46

    Oh Viyangoda . Male nurse and the gang has gained some momentum . Were hiding after the last election results

    Reply : 14       40

    Senevirathne Thursday, 8 March 2018 17:52

    A majority of the Sinhalese in this country has no problem with Muslims or Tamils. Let's remain like brothers!

    Reply : 5       157

    Piranha Thursday, 8 March 2018 21:46

    Well said

    Reply : 2       46

    Dhaya Thursday, 8 March 2018 17:54

    Politicos's do you hear us or only hear us during the elections??

    Reply : 0       80

    Faizal Thursday, 8 March 2018 20:07

    You are spot on. Never trus a politician.

    Reply : 0       34

    Kanchana Thursday, 8 March 2018 19:00

    Good work. But seeing viyangoda and male nurse like ppl in this scene diminishes the value of campaing.

    Reply : 3       29

    Sincere Thursday, 8 March 2018 19:07

    We all, Sinhala, Muslims, Tamils, Burgers, Malays are one people of mother Lanka, though we belong to different communities. . We condemn racism or anyone instigating anyone against any community in this country. Let there be NO MORE riots or attacks of this against any community of this country hereafter. May all take this as a lesson and unite as one nation. We need each other for our survival as Lankans.

    Reply : 4       56

    Saman Thursday, 8 March 2018 21:16

    We all are Sri Lankans irrespective of races, religion. Love you all!!!

    Reply : 1       28

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