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Sri Lanka President CRSIS Gotabaya Rajapaksa leaves his residence Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe called emergency party leaders meeting


Sri Lanka crisis: Sri Lanka, which is facing a financial crisis, is currently going through the worst phase of the civil war. Thousands of protesters broke down police barricades in Colombo and took over the President’s official residence. The current situation in Sri Lanka, which has a population of 22 million people, can be gauged from the fact that President Goebaya has left Rashtrapati Bhavan with the Rajapaksa family. Meanwhile, in the midst of the growing crisis in the capital, Colombo, Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe called an emergency meeting of party leaders to discuss the situation and find a quick solution. He also asked the Speaker of Parliament to convene Parliament.

A senior government source said Gotabaya Rajapaksa was transferred to the army headquarters last night after intelligence reports that the situation would “get out of control”. Sixteen members of Sri Lanka’s parliament, Bodogana Peramuna, asked the president to resign immediately. According to Agence France-Presse, Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe called an urgent cabinet meeting.

Failed to stop the rioting protesters
Thousands of protesters carrying Sri Lankan flags and helmets surrounded the President’s official residence this morning. The incident occurred when the police ordered a curfew following a legal challenge from opposition parties, activists and bar associations. And the French news agency quoted an eyewitness as saying that the police fired shots in the air, but failed to stop the angry crowd around the presidential residence.

Rage against Gotabaya Rajapaksa
Transportation services in Sri Lanka have been halted due to severe fuel shortages. Demonstrators protest against the government’s failure to rescue from economic ruin by arriving in Colombo on buses, trains and trucks from several parts of the country. According to Agence France-Presse, the protesters say that only President Goyabaya Rajapaksa is responsible for the current situation in the country. He is repeatedly asked to resign. They just want to stay in power for their own benefit. We won’t stop until we hear.

Increasing pressure on the Sri Lankan government
Sri Lanka is currently facing a severe foreign exchange crisis. which have limited necessities such as fuel, food and medicine. This is the worst financial situation in the country over the past seven decades, as Sri Lanka appears to be overwhelmed. To control the current situation, the focus of the Sri Lankan government will be on the International Monetary Fund. Prime Minister Wickremesinghe called an emergency meeting for a quick fix. Where key decisions can be taken to control the current situation.

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