Thursday, October 23, 2008

No reversal in fighting terror says Defence Spokesperson

Addressing the media yesterday (Oct 22) at the MCNS, Government Defence Spokesman Minister Keheliya Rambukwella said the LTTE was carrying out their misinformation to power the international community and local leaders at a time it is facing a heavy defeat in the conflict.
"We have knowledgeable this over the decades with the LTTE when the Security Forces were view the edge of the LTTE strongholds. Then they raise a cry to halt the unpleasant citing kind concerns.
This obstacle was continuing in the past decades to keep the Security Forces from capturing the LTTE stronghold," Minister Rambukwella remarked.
Minister Rambukwella reiterated that the Government will initiate discussions with leaders of any country but not with provincial social meeting leaders. "The LTTE network is infuriating to power the Tamil Nadu party leaders based on caring grounds. We are well aware and able to defend our sisters and brother entrapped under the LTTE oppression. We understand their grievances," he said.
Minister Rambukwella emphasised that terrorism is not a problem affecting only Sri Lanka but it is a cancer dispersal all around the world, chiefly SAARC countries.
"Terrorism is a main complexity of the local countries, primarily in India, Pakistan and Afghanistan. Heads of the SAARC nations somberly promised to defeat terrorism and to help against terrorism. The world and the SAARC nations are merger hands with us to defeat terrorism," the Minister said.
During the last SAARC peak in Colombo Indian prime minister Manmohan Singh pledged to fight terrorism. "Prime Minister Singh made his clear comment and stable stand on fighting terrorism in his speech at the 17th SAARC peak in Colombo. Therefore, the SAARC country leaders somberly promised to help on defeating terrorism as it torn and upset the monetary system of the region," he pointed out. The LTTE was using civilians as human shield. "Their human human rights were defiled by the LTTE and they are using civilians as a human shield to responsibility the Security Forces and the Government. The Tigers are targeting the food bring lines in order to stop the food supplies attainment the civilians in Wanni and Jaffna and then blame the Government that people are ravenous in the war torn areas," Minister Rambukwella said.
Addressing the media necessary Services Commissioner General S. Divaratne said the Government had dispatched enough essential food items, medicine, shelter and extra necessary needs to the civilian living in the Wanni.
"There were important changes in transporting necessary release supplies to civilians in the Wanni. The Government had taken full blame with a sure number of INGOs to give food provisions to the people living in Wanni. Around 95 per cent of civilians living in Killinochchi and Mullaitivu districts are provided relief items through the wellbeing centres coordinating with the Government Agent," he added.
Mr. Divaratne experiential that a logistic hub was established in Vavuniya with a capacity of storing 4,500 Metric Tons. Every week 50 lorries carrying relief to civilians in Wanni cross the Omanthai Entry/Exit point.

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