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The students having completed their march towards the Galaha Junction are now shouting slogans against the Minister of Higher Education and the establishment of private universities.

The students have been prevented from moving ahead due to the barricading of the road by the Army.

Sources say that there is still heavy police and anti riot squad presence in the area. The Army have moved out from the near vicinity and have stationed themselves at the Peradeniya Botanical Gardens.

It is unclear if the students plan to move ahead despite the barricades. Heavy traffic prevails. (HF)

  Comments - 2

  • Shai Wednesday, 21 December 2011 01:34 PM

    Selfish students.. Pls dont waste taxpayars money.

    Dude Wednesday, 21 December 2011 08:08 AM

    මචන්ලා (උබලත් අපිත් එක්ක ඉස්කෝලෙදි එක බත් පත බෙදන් කාපු උන් තමයි බන්) අපිත් පිස්සු කෙලින්න ආසයි එත් අපිට පින් මදි , හැබැයි එක දෙයක් තියනවා මහන්සි වෙලා ඉගෙන ගනිල්ලා , නැත්නම් අපි ඇවිත් උබලගේ ජොබ් වලට කෙලෙව්වා කියලා විතරක් කියන්න එන්න එපා ......

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