Youth death: Hartal in Embilipitiya
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Shops are closed and black flags have been raised in a protest demonstration underway in the Embilipitiya town following the death of a youth, who was injured during a clash with the Police and later died.
The youth, who was being treated at the Ratnapura Hospital after he fell off a building in Embilipitiya during a clash with the Police, died this morning.
A clash erupted at a house party, when Police visited the premises after neighbours complained of loud noises.
Protesters are demanding the arrest of the Policemen, who were involved in the incident.
(Source: Daily Mirror)
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So, are we going to refer too this to the Sri Lankan Human Right Commission? Let us see. They are the right people to investigate and pass the judgement.
Death case is another thing and the “loud noise” should ban everywhere which is polluting envioroment. It’s very high in private transport busses and passengers are troubled by force with loud noise. Three wheelers also same. Then musical shows everywhere randomly disturbing in high level with loud noises. Also many shops in towns produce loud music noises and damage the ears of public by force. This should stop and the people deserve right to keep their ears free from loud noises.