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Sri Lanka people protest against govt. over hike prices of essential goods, says- former Finance Minister ‘Crow’, who ruined country

Punjab Tribune Bureau | May 03, 2022 01:23 PM

COLOMBO: Thousands of people in Sri Lanka are protesting against the government over the rising prices of essential goods. People with folded hands just repeat the same thing, gotta go home, give us our country back.

Sri Lanka has a shortage of foreign exchange funds, which is also one of the reasons for the country's economic crisis.

Due to which this country with a population of 20 million people is unable to pay money for food, fuel and foreign medicines.

Now people of different ethnic groups of Sri Lanka are protesting together against the government.

People are telling the former finance minister that the crow, who destroyed the country

Basil Rajapaksa is the former Finance Minister of Sri Lanka, who was removed from office by the President on 4 April. Ali Sabri, who was replaced by Finance Minister, also resigned within twenty-four hours of taking office and left the country for the current situation. Have apologized.

Basil had said that earlier ka-ka-kaputas (crows) used to fly from the garbage dumps in Siduba and used to damage planes. Due to this the Hambantota airport was closed. Basil Kaputa Ka Ka Ka Ka... This sentence has now become a slogan of protest. A joke has been made. Explaining the meaning of this, a young man says that Basil is the crow who ruined the country.

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