Taking care of loved ones in difficult times, in the midst of financial crisis, former cricketer served tea to people

Sri Lanka Former Cricketer Roshan Mahanama Serves Tea: The economic crisis in Sri Lanka has deepened. People are getting fascinated by grain. The problems of the people have increased due to the oil crisis. Meanwhile, former Sri Lankan cricketer Roshan Mahanama has come forward to help his countrymen. Former cricketers are helping people standing in long queues at petrol pumps by distributing essential items to them. Former cricketers were also seen serving tea among the people at the petrol pump. With this, he appealed to the people and said that people should take care of their loved ones in difficult times.

Amidst the fuel crisis in Sri Lanka, former cricketer Roshan Mahanama was seen serving tea and buns to people waiting in lines outside shops to buy fuel and cooking gas. Since independence in 1948, the situation in Sri Lanka today is such that people are facing severe shortage of food, medicine and fuel.

Former cricketer seen serving tea amid financial crisis

Former Sri Lankan cricketer Roshan Mahanama himself tweeted, “We served tea and buns along with community meals to people in petrol queues around Ward Place and Wijerama Mawatha. The queues are getting longer day by day and there will be many health risks for the people living in the queues. The former Sri Lankan cricketer urged people to take care of each other and advised them to bring enough fluids and food while waiting in line for hours.

Appeal to help each other in difficult times

The former cricketer urged the people to take care of each other while queuing up to collect fuel. Bring enough fluids and food and if you are not well, please reach out to the person closest to you and ask for help or call 1990. We need to take care of each other during this difficult time. Sri Lanka, which is facing the worst economic crisis since March this year, is facing acute shortage of essential items like food, medicine, cooking gas and other fuels, toilet paper and even matches.

Electricity crisis deepens in Sri Lanka

On the other hand, the Sri Lankan government on Saturday announced the closure of all schools and institutions for the coming week due to prolonged power cuts. Sri Lanka’s Ministry of Education advised students to organize online classes to avoid unnecessary commute and save fuel. The Sri Lanka Economic Crisis has particularly affected food security, agriculture, livelihoods and access to health services. Food production in the last crop season was 40-50 per cent lower than that of the previous year. At present, there is a severe shortage of seeds, fertilizers, fuel and credit.

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