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Police launches island-wide environment protection campaign

Local News Update: On the orders of President Gotabaya Rajapaksa and Secretary of Defense Kamal Gunaratne, the police began a series of operations beginning this week to clean up the environment. Police spokesman Ruwan Gunsekara said that Colombo and other parts of the country are being kept clean by the environmental police.

As part of the operation, yesterday in the vicinity of the Colpetty Railway Station, the Environment Police monitored Colombo’s clean-up.

Speaker Gunasekera said police are told to start cleaning the city at 5.30 a.m. This morning, this morning. He said they’re going to work with the country’s local councils to keep their respective areas dry.

He also focused on the re-establishment of environmental units in all the country’s police stations. “Officials of these environmental units and divisions will continue to be deployed on every road. The reduction of accidents to create a safer country is another important aspect. With four selected classes, namely three-wheelers, motorcycles, bicycles, and pedestrians, we will also start a workshop from today. Last night, the IGP summoned SSPs and SPs from 44 island police divisions and gave them special instructions on environmental protection to create a safer country while reducing accidents, “he added.

With the re-establishment of the Police Environmental Protection Division, the Sri Lankan Police launched an island-wide environmental protection campaign.

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