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* Villagers take to the road against the killing of Ratgama businessmen
Sat, Feb 23, 2019, 12:36 pm SL Time, ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka.

Feb 23, Colombo: Villagers of Rathgama area in Boosa have staged a protest demanding the authorities to arrest the culprits of the murder of two businessmen from the village.

Relatives of the two businessmen, who were abducted and killed, and residents of Rathgama have staged the protest blocking the Galle - Colombo main road blocks near Rathgama area.

The protesters say the police have not acted properly regarding the disappearances of the two businessmen.

Due to these agitation, traffic on Galle Road has also been obstructed.

Criminal Investigations Department investigators found the burnt bodies of the two businessmen Manjula Asela Kumara (33) and Rasin Chintaka (31) yesterday.


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