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60% of restaurants closed due to gas shortage: Asela Sampath (VIDEO)

About 60 per cent of restaurants in the country have been closed due to the gas crisis, revealed Chairman of the All Ceylon Restaurant Owners Association and Consumer Rights Activist Asela Sampath, speaking to a briefing yesterday (13).

“As of today, it has been five days since LITRO stopped gas supply to the market. A large number of people living on it are now stranded without a way out. About 60 per cent of our restaurants are currently closed and restaurant owners are standing still without being able to do anything. Universities are in a serious crisis because they need cheap food. If cheap food is to be given, you have to give chow chow, cucumber, papaya, mango and pumpkin. Otherwise, you cannot provide food with these vegetables. When those who rule the country, their henchmen and crony businessmen are enjoying the luxuries, innocent people are compelled to survive by merely licking.”

MIAP

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