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Sri Lanka Crisis: CID summons former Sri Lankan Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa’s security chief

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Sri Lanka Crisis: The situation in Sri Lanka is going from bad to worse. Meanwhile, the CID summoned the security chief of former Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa and sent him a summon. Actually, people were protesting peacefully in Sri Lanka at first, but during this time the statement of the security chief will be recorded about the attacks on these people. Let us tell you that earlier it was said that on Monday these attacks were carried out by the supporters of Rajapaksa, only after which the violence broke out.

At the same time, let us tell you that there was a demonstration in Sri Lanka against former Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa for the last several weeks. Meanwhile, violence started spreading in the country. In this violence, about 8 people including an MP died and more than hundreds were injured. The opposition to the government in Sri Lanka increased to such an extent that people did not even spare the houses of ministers and parliamentarians and burnt their houses.

Identity of protesters who burnt leaders’ houses
However, now these protesters have been identified. Protesters opposing the government torched the residences of Sri Lanka’s Moratuwa Mayor Saman Lal Fernando and MPs Mahipal Herath, Sanath Nishant, Thisa Kuttiarachi, Nizam Lanja and Ramesh Pathirana. In view of all these incidents, former Sri Lankan Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa and his family members were sent to a safe place.

The President appealed to the people to unite by tweeting
At the same time, Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa has tweeted in the midst of this whole ruckus. He tweeted and wrote, “All the people of Sri Lanka have to come out of this economic, social and political challenge unitedly. He has appealed to all the countrymen to come out of racial and religious disharmony.

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