A shooting incident occurred in Sri Lanka capital, killing one person and injuring two others.

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 A shooting incident occurred in Sri Lanka capital, killing one person and injuring two others.


Police spokesman Gounasekla said that on the afternoon of the 28th, Aljuna Ranatonga, the former government minister of oil resources development who was disbanded by President Silicena, rioted with oil company workers who were holding protests when he entered Ceylon Oil Company. A security officer in Rana Tonga then opened fire, killing one person and injuring two people. Gunassekla said oil workers are investigating the cause of specific protests, and security personnel who fired have been arrested. On the evening of 26, Silicena dismissed Victor Mahinha as prime minister, dissolved the government, and announced that former President Rajapaksa took office as the new prime minister. However, Wickremesinghe said he would not leave the post of prime minister, and the prime minister must vote through Parliament. Subsequently, some Sri Lankan people took to the streets to celebrate or protest. Sri Lankas speaker, Jaya siuria, appealed to all sides to remain calm on 27 th. He said that Parliament will resolve the current political dilemma through a democratic way that is constitutional. According to local media reports, the new government will be sworn in on the 29 day. Source: Xinhua editor: Li Cong _B11284

Police spokesman Gounasekla said that on the afternoon of the 28th, Aljuna Ranatonga, the former government minister of oil resources development who was disbanded by President Silicena, rioted with oil company workers who were holding protests when he entered Ceylon Oil Company. A security officer in Rana Tonga then opened fire, killing one person and injuring two people.

Gunassekla said oil workers are investigating the cause of specific protests, and security personnel who fired have been arrested.

On the evening of 26, Silicena dismissed Victor Mahinha as prime minister, dissolved the government, and announced that former President Rajapaksa took office as the new prime minister. However, Wickremesinghe said he would not leave the post of prime minister, and the prime minister must vote through Parliament. Subsequently, some Sri Lankan people took to the streets to celebrate or protest.

Sri Lankas speaker, Jaya siuria, appealed to all sides to remain calm on 27 th. He said that Parliament will resolve the current political dilemma through a democratic way that is constitutional.

According to local media reports, the new government will be sworn in on the 29 day.