Motorcyclists claim accidents will surge without streetlights


BY Buddhika Samaraweera The Ceylon Motorcyclists’ Association (CMA) has strongly objected to Finance Minister Basil Rajapaksa instructing the heads of local government (LG) bodies to turn off streetlights until 31 March in the face of the current power crisis, claiming it would increase accidents. Speaking to The Morning, CMA President[…]

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