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First democratic leader of Justice the Godfather of the Sri Lankan Tamil Struggle: Honourable Samuel James Veluppillai Chelvanayakam

Thursday, June 22, 2017

Terrorizing students cruelly oblivious of dengue epidemic threat ruthlessly waste time on SAITM issue; hold Suvisiripaya hostage !

LEN logo(Lanka-e-News- 21.June.2017, 11.30PM)  While the Health ministry is taking every possible measure diligently to combat the dengue menace (which is tending to reach epidemic proportions)  for the benefit of the nation,  the  Inter University federation  council terrorizing students, an arm of the Peratugami party opposing SAITM ,selfishly oblivious of national concerns and interests , laid siege to   ‘Suvisiripaya’ , the building of the ministry  for several hours  , and caused damage to it. 
Mind you the monstrosity of the  students was so monumental that  they engaged in this terrorizing activity despite a court order issued against them to refrain from staging the demonstration in a manner that would incommode the public and /or causing  traffic congestion on the roads. 
This type of terrorizing anti social activity engaged in by immature students  (which weakness is exploited by anti national political parties to achieve their own selfish wicked  agendas )  during such a critical health situation in the country threatening the lives of every citizen , can only be compared with that of murderous terrorists storming into the defense ministry when a war is on , and holding the ministry building hostage.  
The latest cruelly  twisted demand of the contorted regressive minds of these terrorist students while the government has already offered a most reasonable solution to the SAITM issue is, SAITM shall be acquired by the government .
However the STF of the police and the anti riot squad which appeared on the scene had been able to release Suvisiripaya  from the  student terrorists , after tear gassing and baton charging as a last step . Ten misguided Peratugami students who sustained injuries were hospitalized, according to reports.  
A spokesman said , the damage caused to Suvisiripaya has still not been assessed.
by     (2017-06-22 22:59:11)