Trade unions claim the energy crisis experienced in Sri Lanka will worsen after tomorrow.
Speaking to NewsRadio trade unionist Ananda Palitha said duration of power cuts will increase exponentially from tomorrow.
He also noted that transportation problems were also worsening due to the fuel crisis in the country.
Palitha commented that hydropower generation alone will not suffice as fuel is not available to generate power through the Norochcholai plant.
He blamed arbitrary decisions and the mismanagement of officials for the upcoming extended power cuts.
Ananda Palitha noted that coal has not been imported to Sri Lanka for power generation, which will cause massive problems to the government.
He also rejected statements by government officials that a fuel shortage does not exist in the country at present.
Ananda Palitha said many fuel stations are unable to supply customers with the required demand.