Sri Lankan prime minister reiterates willingness to resign

Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe tweeted Saturday that he acknowledges the suggestion of party pioneers to leave.

"To guarantee the continuation of the Government including the wellbeing of all residents I acknowledge the best suggestion of the Party Leaders today, to clear a path for an All-Party Government," Wickremesinghe tweeted.

Wickremesinghe has not yet presented his letter of abdication to President Gotabaya Rajapaksa.

On the off chance that both Wickremesinghe and Rajapaksa leave, under the Sri Lankan constitution, the speaker of parliament will act as acting president for a limit of 30 days.

Outrage arrived at exceptional levels in the South Asian country of 22 million on Saturday, as in excess of 100,000 individuals massed external Rajapaksa's home, requiring his renunciation.

Pictures show demonstrators inside the structure and balancing pennants from the gallery, as well as swimming in the home's pool.

Rajapaksa isn't at the site and has been moved somewhere else, security authorities told CNN. It is indistinct the number of safety faculty are available at the area.

Wickremesinghe had been before moved to a safe area, his office affirmed.