Sri Lankan Citizens Denied Gasoline at Gunpoint
by Mike Campbell, Activist Post:
Videos are emerging of the Sri Lankan military denying citizens gasoline at gunpoint while the country descends into chaos.
In one video, a wall of Sri Lankan men can be seen coming face to face with the nation’s military, who are fully equipped with military-grade weapons and guarding a gas station.
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Army in fuel stations in Sri Lanka after the govt. decision to ban the sale of petrol and diesel to non-essential vehicles.
Source: https://t.co/ncfpTnnShm pic.twitter.com/JW77zalE17
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While #Freedumbers in #Canada protest for unknown reasons, this ⤵️ is happening in #SriLanka.
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“The Bar Association of Sri Lanka (BASL) expresses its gravest concerns at the current situation at fuel stations throughout the country and the reports of several incidents of conflicts…” writes the BASL in a letter addressed to President Gotabaya Rajapaksa.
“Your Excellency is no doubt aware that thousands of desperate civilians are waiting in queues at hundreds of fuel stations in the country. The queues are kilometres long. The tension at the fuel stations have arisen from this desperation for which there is no immediate solution in sight.”
“We trust that this will receive the immediate attention of the Government as to do otherwise may otherwise result in unprecedented turmoil and harm.”