Notice to Public Sector Employees from Sri Lankan Prime Minister
Posted in Local News
Sri lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe has said that non-essential public sector employees should not report for duty tomorrow (May 20) to mitigate the fuel crisis.
He said this while making a special statement in Parliament today (May 19).
Ban private vehicles on the roads except in emergencies. Use all the fuel available for vehicles used for public transports and run as efficient as possible public transport service. The country need to work, not to stay at home or go on marches.
Hi Indra Akke,
It’s morning in Goragogama and so wonderful to read you extremely positive suggestion.
Private vehicles should be banned for two months.
But the rich, who own the gas guzzlers, will go to Courts saying that their fundamental rights are infringed because they cannot go to Cinnamon Grand for breakfast and to the disco in town on Fri/Sat nights in a SLTB Bus!!
Imagine bumping into Dhammika P (the richest man in SL) and Nimal P (Namal’s funds collector) in a SLTB Bus. Will not happen, Akke.