Over 13,000 arrested for curfew violation

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A total of 13,468 people have been arrested for violation of police curfew as of this morning since March 20, police said.

They said 3,353 vehicles had also been taken into police custody during the period.

According to the police, 1,245 people and 336 vehicles were taken into police custody within a 24-hour period which ended 6 a.m today.

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  • Rosanna Sunday, 05 April 2020 10:59 AM

    To whom and how do we report curfew violations including illicit drug and alcohol sales? Police in Kandy and Peradeniya are not interested

    Anti corona Sunday, 05 April 2020 11:02 AM

    Every one should be well adhered to the rules this time.. but arresting won't be the exact solution for all the problem that pressurized people would have...government should be with the community in this hard time..

    Akram Sunday, 05 April 2020 11:06 AM

    Wow. Free meals for 13,500 people.

    J. Gunawardana Sunday, 05 April 2020 11:40 AM

    Hundreds of vehicles are on the road all over. Tell me a single Pohottuwa politician at home. They are all on the road, campaigning. Police can catch them. Leave innocent people looking for food.

    Samson Sunday, 05 April 2020 12:11 PM

    Y don't these people understand the danger of this situation,do not release them use them for the government agricultural sector to cultivate.

    Ben Soysa Sunday, 05 April 2020 12:19 PM

    Only SL can be so dumb. This is the best way to spread the corona virus with all these people in jail. Do on the spot fines idiots

    Ram Sunday, 05 April 2020 02:56 PM

    Start imposing spot fines and turn then to where they came from. Spot fine of Rs 500 to start with is good

    Lawry Sunday, 05 April 2020 03:12 PM

    Make them early morning exercises, cold shower, dont let the talk to each other generally make them miss their freedom.


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