The students’ parents also charge in the letter of complaint that the night club is given a liquor license, although it is located within 500 metres from a religious place.
The DIG in charge of the area and excise officers have informed them that what was taking place there was illegal.
Investigations have revealed that the restaurant has been given the license with the mediation of a leading government minister who is aiding to run its activities, according to reports reaching Sri Lanka Mirror.
The night club is open until 2.00 or 3.00 am in the morning and between 20 to 25 Chinese prostitutes can be seen frequenting the place, parents have also noted in their letter.
Given below is their letter of complaint: