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False rumours cause panic among motorists

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Long vehicle queues were seen outside the filling stations around Colombo a short while ago fearing a fuel shortage due to a false news carried by some media that the Ceylon Petroleum Corporation (CPC) would also be joining the countrywide strike organised by the Government Medical Officers’ Association (GMOA) tomorrow. Pix by Damith Wickramasingha

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  • Perumal Friday, 05 May 2017 08:10 AM

    MR has proven beyond any doubt that "White Van administration" must go hand in hand with " Ostentatious Good Administration" in a country like Sri Lanka.

    Ajja Friday, 05 May 2017 08:11 AM

    Without fuel 03 wheeler families will be paralyzed...

    Katie Friday, 05 May 2017 10:08 AM

    If the GMOA is asking that SAITM be closed, we the public should also protest against THE DOCTORS DOING PRIVATE PRACTICE. The people are all so foolish. Don't they understand that they are the ones to suffer and not MR. MR has to money to live for another 100 years our poor foolish citizens don't gain anything.

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