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Police fired tear gas and water cannons to disperse the protest march by university students in Fort against SAITM.

The Inter University Students Federation (IUSF) were attempting to forcefully enter the Presidential Secretariat, Police said.

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  • sobers Tuesday, 14 March 2017 07:53 AM

    A bankrupt political party is behind this move. Many citizens know that in 1971 and 1987/88, how many university students died as a result of insurgency. Do not allow that to happen, nip the issue in the bud itself. If they are given free education they should make use of it without behaving miserably.

    DJ Tuesday, 14 March 2017 08:43 AM

    Are all these proteston students studying to be doctors, omg pity mother Lanka

    SD Tuesday, 14 March 2017 08:45 AM

    Its High time to use live bullets. This is a menace.....

    ceylon Tuesday, 14 March 2017 06:46 PM

    students must study.not out of uni to protest.if not study sack them and recruit who missed the uni. via DM Android App

    ANTON Monday, 13 March 2017 04:57 PM

    THEY ALL DO THESE THINGS IN FRONT OF FORT RAILWAY STATION (FRS) ... THEY MUST HAVE MISUNDERSTOOD THIS IS AS " FELLOW ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS".... A MEDICAL DEGREE.

    Selvyn Monday, 13 March 2017 05:34 PM

    This undesirable and unacceptable protests remote-controlled by the uncivilized JVP and the desperate JO who are cornered very badly via DM Android App

    Bala Monday, 13 March 2017 06:30 PM

    95% do not know what the issue of SAITM really is. Media should ask some in the crowd and expose them. Nepal B'desh all have private Medical Colleges and our students go there. See the misadventures of the GMOA doctors recently with all their statements


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