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Debate on medical students issue not held, Parliament adjourned

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The adjournment debate scheduled to be held at 4.30 pm today over the attack on university students and GMOA strike was not held as MP Dinesh Gunawardane, who requested the debate, was not present in the House to move the adjournment motion.

MP Gunawardane requested for a debate this morning and the leader of House Minister Lakshman Kiriella agreed to hold the debate at 4.30 pm.

Ananda Kumarasiri, who was at the chair, requested for MP Gunawardane to move the adjournment motion but he was not in the house and therefore, Parliament was adjourned till tomorrow without the debate. (By Ajith Siriwardana and Yohan Perera)

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