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Militants apprehended near Money Ministry approved bond

The twenty-one militants apprehended today by cops for blocking 2 entryways of the Money Ministry in Colombo, have actually been provided bond by the Ft Magistrate.

An overall of 21 militants consisting of a Buddhist monk, 4 women as well as one more 16 men were apprehended by the cops for blocking the entryways of the Money Ministry in Colombo.

They had actually been participated in a demonstration today (20) obstructing the entry to the Ministry of Money while the militants had actually additionally set up camping tents near the entranceway.

The Authorities Media Device stated that this had actually led to authorities of the Money Ministry, Presidential Secretariat as well as the Treasury encountering numerous problems in reporting for obligations as well as necessary solutions.

The launch additional states that the general public that pertained to get solutions from these organizations additionally needed to deal with numerous problems.

Authorities stated that also the conference of the Assistant to the Ministry of Money with the IMF agents that have actually shown up in the nation, had actually additionally been postponed because of the clog at the entry to the ministry.

The cops as well as STF workers had actually been released ultimately to distribute the militants while they had actually apprehended 21 militants.

The apprehended suspects are to be generated prior to courts later on today (20 ).

The objection had actually been arranged by those opposing at the Galle Face Environment-friendly. They had actually obstructed the location for website traffic from near the Lotus Roadway in Colombo Ft completely as much as the Money Ministry entry.

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