Protests become deadly as governments and economies collapse almost completely

Protests in Sri Lanka have become fatal this week as the country faces an imminent bankruptcy. In the capital, Colombo, supporters of the now resigned Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa attacked rebel demonstrators, causing multiple deaths and property damage, including the incinerator of several homes owned by current government members. It has been reported. Since then, former Prime Minister’s brother Gotabaya Rajapaksa has rejected the call to resign and allowed the military to shoot protesters in sight if they were considered a threat.