“We can’t cook for children,” locals complain during the Sri Lankan crisis

Colombo police called military personnel on Saturday at the Slave Island Police Station to pay the crowd about the demand for cooking gas. “We’ve been here since the morning and haven’t received gas. I think these people are selling gas to hotels and the rich,” a female protester told ANI. She advocated “Diyaw Diyaw gasdiyaw”, which demands gas from daily necessities such as women, the elderly, and children.

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“We have kids in our house and we can’t make food for them. We’ve been struggling with gas for a month,” another female protester told ANI. I told you. especially, Ranil Wickremesinghe After taking office as prime minister, he told the media that his first challenge was to boost the country’s economy. According to Colombo page.

After Wickremesinge’s oath, he said, “We need to create a country with a future for young people, where people eat three meals a day again and soon get rid of the procession.”

Today, Sri Lanka faces the worst economic crisis since independence, where food and fuel shortages, rising prices and power outages are affecting many citizens.

At the same time, the country will continue to negotiate with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to bail out the struggling economy. How Wickle Mesinge can relieve rebels in the short term can be seen with central President Gotabaya Rajapaksa. The person the protesters are seeking to expel is still there. “We can’t cook for children,” locals complain during the Sri Lankan crisis

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