COLOMBO (Information 1st) – The Fort Justice of the Peace has issued an order to ban the deliberate protests on Monday (28) in Fort, Colombo. This protest was organized by a coalition of commerce unions, civil organizations, mass organizations, and political events related to the Frontline Socialist Social gathering.
The order is available in response to a request from the Fort Police, who argued that the protest might result in public disturbances.
The court docket’s order particularly prohibits 24 individuals, together with Duminda Nagamuwa, the organizer of the Labor Battle Centre, Mujibur Rahman and Hirunika Premachandra of the Samagi Jana Balawegaya, and Parlimentarians Charitha Herath and Vasudeva Nanayakkara, from the Freedom Individuals’s alliance, from getting into sure areas and roads in Colombo.
The prohibited areas embody authorities establishments such because the President’s Workplace, the President’s official residence, the Ministry of Finance, and the Central Financial institution of Sri Lanka throughout the Colombo Fort Police. The order might be in impact on Monday (28) from 9 am to six pm.
Moreover, entry to roads akin to CTU Junction to the Ceramic Junction, Lotus Highway, York Avenue, Financial institution of Ceylon Mawatha, and Galle Highway from the Galle Face Inexperienced Roundabout to the NSA Roundabout can be restricted.
The court docket’s order emphasizes the significance of not damaging public or non-public property and refraining from participating in violent actions that might incite disturbances. It warns that violating these orders is a punishable offence.
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