Colombo (No.1 News); The Sri Lanka Youth Overseas Federation (SLYOF) has expressed concern over the “abuse” of Scottish tourist Cayley Fraser by Sri Lankan authorities.
SLYOF issued a statement saying the accusations and investigations against Fraser and the intimidation tactics used by immigration raised several concerns and were unjustifiable.
Additionally, the Sri Lanka Youth Overseas Federation has urged the Scottish government to address the case and has urged the Sri Lankan government to ensure her safety.
It also calls on the Sri Lankan government to uphold the rule of law and democratic principles.
The Sri Lanka Youth Overseas Federation, with the support of Aberdeen Scottish Labor Councilor Deena Tisera, has launched a legal campaign in the UK to bring the issue to the attention of the British Parliament and help bring justice back to Cary Fraser. announced that it will
On August 10, Immigration and Immigration decided to suspend the visa issued to Scottish tourist Kayleigh Fraser, who posted content about the Aragalaya protests on social media.
The State Department advised her to leave Sri Lanka by the 15th.
On August 12, the Scottish traveler filed a writ in the Court of Appeals seeking an order to reverse the Immigration Service’s decision to deport her from Sri Lanka.
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