Violence continues even after PM’s resignation, MP dies; Minister’s house burnt

The situation in Sri Lanka is getting out of control. Even after the resignation of PM Mahindra Rajapaksa, the anger of the people is not taking the name of decreasing, but the angry mob has now turned violent. A furious mob torched the houses of former minister Johnson Fernando and MP Sanath Nishant in Mount Lavinia area on Monday. Despite the curfew, thousands of people are protesting against the government on the streets of Colombo. A furious mob is targeting Mahindra Rajapaksa’s supporters one by one.

Meanwhile, it is reported that a furious mob has also set ablaze the house of Kurunagala Mayor Tushara Sanjeev. It is being told that after the resignation of Mahinda Rajapaksa, pro-government and anti-government factions have clashed. According to the information, three people including an MP have died in this fierce violence while more than 150 people are injured.

Significantly, on Monday itself, Sri Lankan PM Mahinda Rajapaksa resigned from his post after heavy pressure. An important meeting was held on Sunday regarding the political crisis in the country, in which Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa asked his brother Mahinda Rajapaksa to resign.

Sri Lanka has been reeling under severe recession for more than a month. The prices of food items in the country are touching the sky. The foreign revenue of the government has been exhausted and it is proving to be incapable of handling the economy. All the ministers of the government have resigned from their posts. People are protesting against the government on the streets. Despite the imposition of emergency in the country, people are protesting fiercely against the government. Almost all the labor and business organizations of the country have gone on strike demanding the resignation of the President and the Prime Minister.

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