Bus strike on 138 Kottawa- Pettah route
Posted in Local News
Private buses operating on the Kottawa- Pettah (138) route are currently on strike in protest to police not returning a driver’s license, President of the Lanka Private Bus Owners’ Association (LPBOA) Gemunu Wijeratne said.
He stated that police had confiscated the driver’s license in the Pettah area and had not returned it. Not even a temporary license was issued instead, Wijeratne added.
However, it is said that other buses operating on the route have not joined in on the strike.
Courtesy: Ada Derana
Striking has become a passion in the country.
Now our H.E president, Ministers and MPs should strike.
There’s no law in the country. From top to bottom all in corruption.
First Mr.MR should fight against corruption like he did for terrorism. Then we will not hear any strikes in future.
Leaders should show the correct way first to follow by their subordinates.
Yes, there should be a master plan to fight against corruption as we did for the war. But for which we should assign retired government servants. The it would be unsuccessful. Bureaucracy is a one problem also.
Some mistakes in my comments.
I mean retired people should not be assigned because they do the same as government officials do under bureaucracy.