WASL to organize a protest march to Jaffna

- srilankamirror.com

Srilankamirror - The We Are Sri Lankans (WASL) organization is to organize a protest march from Colombo to Kandy to protest against the disappearance of two missing JVP dissidents, Lalith Kumar Weeraraj and Kugan Muruganathan.

Lalith Kumar and Kugan went missing on the December 9th while preparing to launch the Movement for People’s Struggle formed by the JVP dissidents in Jaffna.

Executive Committee member of WASL, Udul Premaratne told Sri Lanka Mirror that the protest march would also stand against the current military rule in the North, especially Jaffna.

Premaratne said a leaflet distribution campaign would also be carried out from Kilinochchi to Jaffna during the protest march.

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