Should impose punishments given by ancient kings. The gallows should be reactivated.
Mr Maithripala Sirisena, the Minister of Health says that, punishments given by ancient kings should be reimposed to suppress the Wave of crimes, prevailing in the country.
Since crimes were reduced due to the heavy punishments imposed by the ancient kings, the gallows should be reactivated , the minister says.
Further expressing his views, the minister has mentioned that, severe disciplinary actions will be taken against the members of the Provincial Councils, and Pradeshiya Sabhas of the governing party, who are facing criminal charges, while similar information are being collected throughout the country.

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