Today, the protests across the country are not from the monthly paid people or public servants. Because there is an environment where people can not really live. They receive a fixed monthly salary from the public servant as well as the public representative.
Even today, ordinary people who are unable to make ends meet are protesting in various places. A family of three should have at least a thousand rupees for the minimum daily expenditure. But what has happened to the people is that they are not even able to find it and fill their stomachs on a daily basis.
Despite this, there has been a strong rapprochement between the police and the public over the past few days. But today, Rambukkana hears that the old game of police or the police underworld has begun. According to unconfirmed reports, one person was killed and at least 15 others were injured. Police officers who have no head to control the oppressed people are not unaware that these are killing helpless people.
Finally, in a few moments, the police told the media that the shooting had taken place to disperse the mob and that a special investigation was underway. But we note again and again that these are things that should not happen and that the killing of people who are suffering from not being able to find food for their stomachs should never be done when humanity has the ability to control anything.
Protesters do not have to tell the police anew what to do if they make a mistake. What happens through repression is something that the police or the people do not think. The police need to identify the devastation it causes and how their ideas flow before they can be played with. People say, “It is better to die than to live.” You need to identify the feelings of the people before you come to shoot. They must have first learned the Sinhala meaning of the letters POLICE to think about what will happen to their children after they die before the trigger of the gun.