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Facebook party raided in Akmeemana: 28 arrested

30 August 2020 10:32 am - 5     - {{hitsCtrl.values.hits}}


Twenty-eight  youths, including two females, were arrested during a raid on a party organised through Facebook at a hotel in Akmeemana last night.

Police said they recovered Kerala cannabis from the arrested suspects.

They were identified as residents of Matale, Anuradhapura, Moratuwa, Ampara and Colombo.

Police said the suspects would be produced in the Galle Magistrate's Court.


  Comments - 5

  • Warran Raed Sunday, 30 August 2020 02:45 PM

    So, that means we cannot organise a party via any social media application in the country? Tell us how are the possible ways of organising parties? This means that we must work hard and earn and pay the politicians for their extravagant lifestyles and not spend on ourselves to party.

    Herath Dhammika Sunday, 30 August 2020 03:31 PM

    I have a question. are parties are illegal in lanka? whether organised through Facebook or other means? on what law they raid parties? do the police conduct raids on parties organised by politicians as well? where alcohol and cannabis are freely consumed with political sponsorship? just wanted to know the law!

    SL Monday, 31 August 2020 09:49 AM

    For god’s sake read the entire news article, not only the title.cannabises aren't legal in this country

    GHarry Sunday, 30 August 2020 07:28 PM

    I believe, the areas mentioned in the news item above is the leading places of CANNABIS dealers exist.

    Punchi Tuesday, 01 September 2020 06:31 AM

    Common Warren, if they started organizing parties themselves; Night Clubs and dance floor pubs losing customers that means politico’s “income” under threat. So, they are squashing smart ways …

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