Roshan Mahanama SERVES Tea to Common Public


Sri Lanka Economic Crisis: Roshan Mahanama helps Common public – Former Sri Lanka cricketer Roshan Mahanama was seen serving food, medicines, and food to people who have been waiting in a queue at a petrol station in the capital city of Colombo. Sri Lanka has been hit with a severe economic crisis and has been facing a shortage of essential commodities. Follow Sri Lanka Economic Crisis Live and Cricket Live Updates on InsideSport.IN

Sri Lanka Economic Crisis: Roshan Mahanama SERVES Tea to Common Public, Urges People to Look after one another – Check Out

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Sri Lanka Economic Crisis: Roshan Mahanama SERVES Tea to Common Public, Urges People to Look after one another – Check Out

As Sri Lanka experiences its worst economic crisis since its independence, Roshan Mahanama was seen helping the common public who have been stranded in queues for hours. Previously Mahanama had said that he would help the protestors in any way that he could.

Taking to a social media platform, the former Sri Lankan cricketer showcased how he helped people. He also pointed out that the health of the common public is at risk.

“We served tea and buns with the team from Community Meal Share this evening for the people at the petrol queues around Ward Place and Wijerama mawatha.”

“The queues are getting longer by the day and there will be many health risks to people staying in queues,” the cricketer posted on Twitter.

Sri Lanka Economic Crisis: Roshan Mahanama SERVES Tea to Common Public, Urges People to Look after one another – Check Out

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Sri Lanka incurred a $51 billion foreign debt in April and has been in talks with the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

In a way to preserve and conserve food stocks from getting depleted the Sri Lankan government imposed a two-week shutdown of all schools and state institutions. This also helps reduce people commuting from one place to another and helps save extra expenses. The fuel stations where the essential commodities could be found are stationed with armed police as a means of security.

“Please, look after each other in the fuel queues. Bring adequate fluid and food and if you’re not well please, reach out to the closest person next to you and ask for support or call 1990. We need to look after each other during these difficult times,” the cricketer urged.

Sri Lanka Economic Crisis: Roshan Mahanama SERVES Tea to Common Public, Urges People to Look after one another – Check Out





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