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No One Can Be Harmed Due To Ethnicity, Religion: Sanga

Dubai (March 07, 2018): Former Sri Lankan Captain Kumar Sangakkara has strongly condemned the anti-Muslim riots underway in his country.

Sanga wrote in a tweet that “no one in Sri Lanka can be marginalized or threatened or harmed due to their ethnicity or religion. We are One Country and One people. Love, trust and acceptance should be our common mantra. No place for racism and violence. STOP. Stand together and stand strong”.

Veteran cricket has also shared a message through video on his Facebook official page.

Sri Lankan government has announced the state of emergency throughout the country Tuesday and imposed curfews across Kandy after days of rioting claimed at least two lives and left Muslim homes and businesses in ruins.

Posted by Kumar Sangakkara on Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Kumar Chokshanada Sangakkara, who is considered a cricket legend of Sri Lanka, is presently playing for Multan Sultans in the third edition of the Pakistan Super League in the United Arab Emirates.

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