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2 दिनों तक ईंधन के लिए कतार में खड़े रहे क्रिकेटर चमिका करुणारत्ने, बोले- भारत हमारी कर रहा है बहुत मदद, हम बेहतर होते जाएंगे

Sri Lankan cricketer Chamika Karunaratne said we have to go to Colombo and various places to train as the club’s cricket season is underway but I’m queuing for fuel the last 2 days. I got it filled for 10,000 Rs, which will last for 2-3 days.

Colombo. The economic crisis in Sri Lanka is getting deeper. Ranil Wickremesinghe has been sworn in as Vice President and has also formed a special committee to improve law and order. Meanwhile, the statement from Sri Lankan cricketer Chamika Karunaratne emerged. In which he praised India fiercely in the midst of the economic and political crisis.

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According to the news agency ANI, Chamika Karunaratne said we have to go to Colombo and various places to train as the club’s cricket season is underway but I am queuing up to get fuel the last 2 days. I got it filled for 10,000 Rs, which will last for 2-3 days.

India helps Sri Lanka

He said India is like a brother country and they help us a lot. I thank them very much. We have problems. We know we have a big problem and India always supports us. We have a rich history with India. They support us when we are having a hard time. Thank you very much for that. thank you for everything. We’re getting better.

Sri Lanka is facing a severe shortage of fuel and other important supplies and is in the grip of its worst economic crisis with rising inflation. The lack of oil supply has forced schools and government offices to close for the time being.

Read also: Ranil Wickremesinghe set up a special committee to maintain law and order

Most importantly, Sri Lanka will host the Asia Cup 2022, but in this time of crisis, questions are being raised as to whether the tournament can still be held.



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