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Protesters in Sri Lanka enjoy the President’s swimming pool and beds, video goes viral

SriLanka Protests Trending Video: Rashtrapati Bhavan is counted among the safest places in any country. In many countries, the general public can go to some parts of Rashtrapati Bhavan with permission. At the same time, it is very difficult for a common citizen to reach the swimming pool built in Rashtrapati Bhavan and the President’s bedroom.

At present, after the deepening of the economic crisis in India’s neighboring country Sri Lanka, the ongoing anti-government protests have become quite furious. Due to which recently thousands of furious protesters were seen storming the Rashtrapati Bhavan of Sri Lanka.

During this some pictures and videos are becoming increasingly viral on social media. In which it is being claimed that President Gotabaya Rajapaksa has fled from Rashtrapati Bhavan. On the other hand, violent protesters from Sri Lanka have been seen enjoying in the President’s swimming pool inside the Rashtrapati Bhavan.

At present, protesters in Sri Lanka have occupied the presidential residence. Some of whose pictures and videos have come out, which are quite surprising. Where in some videos people are seen gathering to surround the Rashtrapati Bhavan. In some videos, protesters are seen relaxing in the rooms of Rashtrapati Bhavan and taking a bath in the swimming pool.

Along with Rashtrapati Bhavan, protesters have been seen having fun on the bed of the Sri Lankan Prime Minister after entering his official residence. A video of which is becoming increasingly viral. In which some people are seen playing WWE on the bed of the Prime Minister of Sri Lanka.

In another video going viral, protesters are also seen having fun inside the gym built in Rashtrapati Bhavan. In which some protesters are seen running on the trade-mill and lifting some weight. At present, the eyes of the whole world are on Sri Lanka. In such a situation, such videos coming from there are becoming increasingly viral on social media.

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