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* Parliament Road temporarily closed due to Samurdhi officers' protest march
Thu, Aug 9, 2018, 12:40 pm SL Time, ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka.

Aug 09, Colombo: Parliament Road from Polduwa Junction, Battaramulla is temporarily closed because of a protest march organized by the Samurdhi Officers Association over several demands, the Police said.

Since parliament is in session today (09), the Police have taken steps to close the road from Polduwa Junction temporarily and beef up the security in the area.

According to the police there is heavy traffic congestion from Polduwa Junction to Rajagiriya due to the Samurdhi officers' protest march and additional police officers had been deployed to control the situation.

 

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