A 52-year-old Indian man was arrested by the police yesterday while he was engaged in cloth business at Rajamalwatta Junction in Modara violating visa conditions.
The suspect, who had arrived in Sri Lanka on a tourist visa, would be produced in the Hulftsdorp Magistrate’s Court today.
rajitha7 Sunday, 15 April 2018 10:55
The revenue is probably not enough to cover even the airfare! Look for an alternative explanation when things do not add up. I think he is an Indian spy.
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Sheranil fernandopulle Sunday, 15 April 2018 11:23
I personally know many 2,3 peoples who do the same. They sell sarees and they earn a decent amount of money ! With a decent profit margin. Do some research before commenting
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ravi Sunday, 15 April 2018 11:53
Why do we have to give them on arrival visa, when we do not get from india?
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Romani Monday, 16 April 2018 08:13
We get visa on arrival from 2 countries. Indians get from 30. Complain to the UN!
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Shanmuganathan Sunday, 15 April 2018 14:32
Sri Lanka and India do not want to operate any cruise service because it would badly hit their airlines that make a killing from poor passengers.
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Lankan Sunday, 15 April 2018 15:00
If this allowed to continue, the local businesses will be affected.
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Jaliya Monday, 16 April 2018 09:02
Is the word competitive price comes to your mind yet ? what’s wrong with the Indians selling sarees in SLK ? The man did not over stay his visa …. We have present and past politicos stole billions without paying a red cent as tax .. but police goes after the wrong people.
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Bond Sunday, 15 April 2018 15:23
Theres a lot of Srilankans working illegally in other countries
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Sincere Sunday, 15 April 2018 16:09
He has been trying to use one stone for two birds!
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Saman Sunday, 15 April 2018 17:21
It's good to see our ever so efficient police resources being used for small crimes like visa violations instead going after real criminals.
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