Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Campus Students End 227 Days long Sathyagrahaya

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Open University Students to end their 227 Days long "Sathyagrahaya" campaign  Today morning after winning their Demands.
IUSF along with 2000 university students launched a massive protest march July 29th to win the demands. Finally UGC officials agreed to listen to students and reduce the Open University Course fees.

Old News......
Now Protest march marching along High Level Road. Their destination may be Colombo Fort, Temple Trees or UGC Ward Place.
Sri Lankan Major students Union, Inter University Students Federation (IUSF) “Anthare” has planned to hold huge protest march Today (July 29) 1 pm in Colombo for pressurize the government to solve the Open University students course fee problems. 
"Officials have increased the students' Course fee from 120%. IUSF held several rounds of talk with both UGC & OUSL officials to solve this issue. But after 225 days still they have unable to find a solution"  IUSF Convener Najith Indika told to "Lanka University News".

At the moment Open University students are engaging a Sathyagraha campaign over 225 days.

The Protest Rally will start from Open University, Nawala at 1pm and will lead to Colombo Fort or UGC, Ward Place Najith further said. 

There will be a heavy traffic along the main roads and other bi- roads in Colombo.

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