Sri Lanka Rupavahini Corporation, the national television network of the island have resumed their reporting after being forced to suspend their operations due to a takeover by protesters.
Protesters stormed the corporation's offices earlier today despite a state of emergency being imposed by recently appointed President Ranil Wickremesinghe.
A protestor was seen addressing the cameras earlier.
A second state television broadcaster has now reportedly also gone off air less than an hour after Rupavahini temporarily suspended their operations.
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