JAFFNA CIVILIANS DEMONSTRATE AGAINST JANA ARAGALA

- itnnews.lk

Peace-loving citizens of Jaffna say they do not need a struggle. They called on the Jana Aragala groups not to destroy the peace that is prevailing in Jaffna.

 Peace has dawned to Jaffna with the total elimination of terrorism. Civilians within the Jaffna Peninsula said that with the dawn of peace massive development was taking place in their areas. Some are yearning to launch struggles within the Peninsula to achieve their narrow political ends. Civilians who flocked to the Jaffna City today emphasized that Civil Organizations in the region would continue to protest against them. The civilians who staged a protest from Stanley Mawatha up to the Bus Stand condemned political groups attempted to breach peace. Pointing out that they would leave no room for any political group to breach peace within the Peninsula, the Jaffna civilians said they were totally dedicated to safeguarding the peace enthroned by the Government.

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