Demanding release of arrested protesters...

June 20, 2022  

 

 

A group of protesters block the Lotus Road entrances to the Presidential Secretariat and the Finance Ministry on Monday (20) against the incumbent government and demanding the release of arrested protesters. (Pic By - Sanjeewa Lasantha)

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