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Unemployed graduates demand justice

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A protest organized by the Combined Association of Unemployed Graduates was held outside the Ministry of Public Services, Provincial Council and Local Government today urging the authorities to provide job opportunities without disregarding them. Pix by Nisal Baduge

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  • Hindu Tamil Monday, 08 March 2021 03:07 PM

    We may be free from British occupation but all our institutions are the continuation of where they left in 1948. We have a police force where more than 99% are poorly educated but given so much power to supervise and control the entire society while so many university graduates have no jobs to do. This all came from the British and we have to change it completely. Put the unemployed graduates in police uniforms to maintain the laws of the country and strip away the uniforms from the existing policemen and give them work in farms and fisheries which are properly suited to their level education and family background.

    kana Monday, 08 March 2021 03:32 PM

    where ?

    G.A.D.Sirimal Monday, 08 March 2021 04:25 PM

    I see a Buddhist monk in this picture among the unemployed graduates. Is he not in the service of preaching the Dhamma. Or has a temple refused his admission./

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