Sunday, September 23, 2012

University students Huge Protest March-Sri Lanka

IUSF has started their protest march morning and now reaching to Mawanella town their destination today.
Sri Lankan Inter University Students Federation (IUSF) has planned to hold huge five day protest march from Kandy to Colombo for pressurize the government to release their convener Sanjeewa Bandara and solve the University Teachers problems.

The five day March parade is scheduled to start tomorrow (24 September) from Peradeniya University Kandy at 9.00 am and will reach the Colombo on 28 September.

The motto is “Join to protect free Education and freedom of Education”. The March parade will pass Mawanella,Ambepussa,Nittambuwa and Kelaniya towns along the A1 Road. There will be a heavy traffic along the main road.
Last year IUSF has organized similar march but an interim order has been issued by the court preventing a march. Students Unions, Political Parties and several other organizations have pledged their support for this five day march
IUSF Slogans of the Kandy-Colombo March
·        Allocate 6% of GDP for Education
·        Re-open universities
·        Solve academic and non academic issues
·        No Private Universities
·        Ban Malabe Medical College
·        Free IUSF Convener Sanjeewa Bandara
·        Stop Students suppress

  Photo - IUSF

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