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Thursday, 22 June 2017 - 14:00
CCTV footage checked to trace university students who forcibly entered the ministry of health; 6 Injured STF members admitted to police hospital.
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Police Media spokesman DIG Priyantha Jayakody says that police expect to take legal action against those who led student activists to forcibly enter the ministry of Health, stage protests and damage public property.

He told our news team that CCTV footage will be used for the investigations with regard to the incident.

IUSF convener Lahiru Weerasekera said that the police should be held responsible for the damage to  public property on the premises.

An attack was launched on the protesters participating in demonstrations  organized by IUSF together with the medical faculty student activists committee inside the ministry of Health on Wednesday afternoon.

58 student activists who were injured in the clash are still receiving treatment at Colombo national Hospital.

A police officer and 5 STF personnel who were also injured have been transferred from Colombo National Hospital to the Police hospital.

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