Sri Lanka reverses electricity tariff reforms for religious places after protests

State-owned Public Utilities Commission of Sri Lanka (PUCSL) has sent directives to decrease electricity tariff per unit for religious places that use more than 180 units per month, officials said, after influential Buddhist monks protested against the move.

However, the service provider, state-run Ceylon Electricity Board (CEB) said no final decision has been taken yet.

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