Sri Lanka’s economic crisis: Roshan Mahanama serves tea to the general public: check

Sri Lanka’s economic crisis: Roshan Mahanama helps ordinary people – Former Sri Lankan cricketer Roshan Mahanama was seen serving food, medicine and food to people standing in line at a petrol station in the capital Colombo. Sri Lanka is facing a severe economic crisis and is facing a crisis of essential commodities. Follow Sri Lanka’s economic crisis live and cricket live updates on InsideSport.IN

Sri Lanka’s economic crisis: Roshan Mahanama serves tea to the general public, urging people to take care of each other – check out

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Sri Lanka's economic crisis: Roshan Mahanama serves tea to the general public, urging people to take care of each other - check out
Sri Lanka’s economic crisis: Roshan Mahanama serves tea to the general public, urging people to take care of each other – check out

As Sri Lanka has faced its worst economic crisis since independence, Roshan Mahanama has been seen helping the common people who are stuck in line for hours on end. Earlier, Mahanama had said that he would help the protesters in any way he could.

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

“We served tea and ban this evening with a team from Community Mill Shares for people on the petrol line in the vicinity of Ward Place and Wizrama Mawatha.”

“The queues are getting longer day by day and there will be a lot of health risks for the people in the queues.” The cricketer posted on Twitter.

Sri Lanka’s economic crisis: Roshan Mahanama serves tea to the general public, urging people to take care of each other – check out

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Sri Lanka carried $ 51 billion in foreign debt in April and is in talks with the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

The Sri Lankan government has announced a two-week closure of all schools and state institutions to protect food stocks from depletion. This helps reduce travel from one place to another and saves extra costs. Armed police are deployed as a means of security at the fuel stations where essential items could be found.

‚ÄúPlease, take care of each other in the fuel rows. Bring plenty of fluids and food and if you are not feeling well, please contact the person closest to you and ask for help or call 1990. We need to take care of each other in this difficult time. “ The cricketer requested.

Sri Lanka’s economic crisis: Roshan Mahanama serves tea to the general public, urging people to take care of each other – check out

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