Videos showing massive people protesting the government outside the Galle International Stadium, which is roughly a two-hour drive from Colombo, were shown by the local media.

COLOMBOS, Sri Lanka On the day when protestors stormed the country's parliament, party leaders in Sri Lanka requested that both the beleaguered president and prime minister resign.

Rajapaksa has left the location and isn't there, according to security authorities, who spoke to CNN. The number of security guards on duty there is currently unknown.

On Saturday, protesters forced entry into President Gotabaya Rajapaksa's official house, the presidential palace of Sri Lanka, demanding his resignation for the way he has handled

Following this, a sizable number of protestors disobeyed a police order and ascended a fort that overlooked the stadium grounds, where they proceeded to hoist banners and yell their demands.

Then, according to local media accounts, protesters broke inside Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe's official mansion, known as Temple Trees.

Ranil Wickremesinghe, the prime minister of Sri Lanka, has stated his willingness to step down in order to allow an all-party administration to assume power, .

When Wickremesinghe became prime minister in May, demonstrations momentarily subsided in the expectation that he would secure funding for the nation's

Mohana Samaranayake, a government spokesperson, claimed to be unaware of Rajapaksa's whereabouts at the time.