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Thursday, 22 June 2017 - 21:38
Damage assessment on Health Ministry property begins
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Police Media spokesman DIG Priyantha Jayakody says that police expect to take legal action against those who caused damage to public property during the protest held against Malabe Private Medical School inside the Health Ministry premises yesterday.

Addressing a media conference held in Colombo today, DIG Jayakody said that the damage assessment is conducted in this regard.

90 student activists who received injuries during the clash were admitted to Colombo National Hospital yesterday. Hospital spokesperson stated that 3 female students are still receiving indoor treatment.

Five police officers who also received injuries during the clash were transferred from Colombo National Hospital to Police hospital today.

Meanwhile, Health Minister Rajitha Senarathna expressed his views about the protest held by university students at his ministry. He was speaking at a media conference held at the Department of Information this afternoon.

At the same time, students of Colombo, Sabaragamuwa, Sri Jayewardenepura and Peradeniya universities had organized protests today against the police attack on the IUSF protestors.

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