Tense situation near parliament entry road due to IUSF protest
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Traffic congestion is reported in Battaramulla due to a protest march organized by the Inter University Students’ Federation (IUSF) from Polduwa Junction in Battaramulla towards Parliament, police said.
Nearly 500 university students are reportedly taking part in the protest.
The protest march is being staged demanding the abolishment of the Kotelawala Defense University Act.
UPDATE (2.25PM): A tense situation has ensued near the entrance road to Parliament in Battaramulla due to the IUSF’s demonstration.
There is a hidden hand behind this move.
Likely IUSF was financed by the telephone people for this action, hoping to bring down the democratically elected Govt..
IUSF should be looking after the welfare of graduates who were promised 100,000 jobs in Govt in 2019 but almost none materialised.
Quite honestly, regardless of whether the government is UNP or Anything else, if these people causing mayhem in the country at this stage are traitors. Of course I agree fully a lot of foreign money is highly likely to be being pumped via difficult to trace routes. The same money perhaps fund the uprising in Hong Kong for the teenagers to rise and destroy the country ‘in the name of democracy’ and erase the truth it was a part of China on long term lease to Britain. What these bloody idiots are not understanding is that after a general election a party with the majority get the power to run the country and allowed to run the country. The F—ing version of democracy these idiots seem to believe in is a constant bickering and obstruction to the government in power from the day it get elected until the next general election. The opposition seem to think it was their responsibility too to do the same. The same way a family that go on bickering reach the destruction this country also destine to go in pieces and breakdown because of these non-stop daily bickering. Since the government do not own any money but tax payers money and the debt taken in the name of the citizens in the country, all these demands by various elements are actually demanding the rest of the Sri Lankan population to pay more in order to their demands. That is the long and short of it. Nothing else. I really wish somebody will impose the martial law in the country and get people working until the country’s economy is strong enough to meet these demands. These idiots including so called ‘school principals’ are FU—ng brainless idiots unable to understand if there is no money, nothing going to happen regardless of the length of their strike. Government should invite SriLankan expatriate to give lessons via the internet since there many thousands of extremely well educated people those who wants to give something back to the country and have realised a country can never develop keeping an excessive welfare burden and providing government jobs to a large number of people.