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A man climbed on to a tree at the Galle Fort to protest against the lack cooperation from the part of police for the 12 land cases pending in courts against him, sources said.

Meanwhile the protestor alleged that the Habaraduwa Police seized his trishaw and stole his bank pass book and money worth Rs. 50,000.

Police however is refuting the allegations made by the protester. (Story and pics by Sajeewa Wijeweera)




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  • current situation Tuesday, 03 May 2011 01:22 PM

    I fully trust the protestor and I am concerned for his future safety!!!

    Darwin Tuesday, 03 May 2011 05:05 AM

    Jump!


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