Five persons including a university student were arrested today on charges of posting false and misleading content about COVID-19 on social media, Police said.
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J. Siriwardana Thursday, 02 April 2020 05:34 PM
The government should concentrate on fighting corona vires and ease the burden of the people, rather than going after false mongers. If it does, arrest the Police Media Spokesman first, for spreading false stories against Italy
Aruna Thursday, 02 April 2020 05:43 PM
I wonder when SF and Rajitha would be taken into custody for spreading false info on COVID-19 in Sri Lanka holding a media conference! It seems still the law in Sri Lanka bends before influential ones
Jayantha Thursday, 02 April 2020 05:54 PM
People it is not funny this is very serious stop making false news and making jokes over the issue
I am outside Sri Lanka and just waiting for the bad
But help to safeguard Sri lankajaya
ANTON Thursday, 02 April 2020 06:44 PM
THERE WILL BE ANOTHER QUARANTINE CENTER FOR THE PEOPLE POSTING MISLEADING CONTENT ON FACE BOOK.
Aquarius Thursday, 02 April 2020 07:55 PM
The irresponsible people should be heavily punished to deter others who continue to spread their garbage on social media.
Buddhist Thursday, 02 April 2020 09:31 PM
What were the exact info they sent out? If these are shown others will not do it. Otherwise everyone is guessing.
George Harry Thursday, 02 April 2020 09:37 PM
Why didn't the world police arrest when the US president Donald Trump who revealed that at least 200 thousand people will die of the COVID-19 in the coming weeks.
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