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Police will be compelled to shoot to prevent acts of violence, WITHOUT prior notice

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COLOMBO (News 1st); Sri Lanka Police said the curfew will be strictly enforced on Wednesday (11), especially at night.In a special statement, Sri Lanka Police said that no person will be allowed to enter the streets without a valid reason.Further, Sri Lanka Police will use force WITHOUT prior notice on those who obstruct the movement of traffic and cause damage to property, as well as engaging in acts of violence.“If necessary police will open fire,” said Sri Lanka Police, adding the general public must remain at home without violating the curfew. .

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