Friday, January 30, 2009

Commander impressed with latest army recoveries

Lieutenant General Sarath Fonseka, leader of the Army after opening the recently-constructed 'Rankekulu' pre-school at Anuradhapura, destined for children of War Hero families, flew to Wanni Security Forces head office Yesterday (29) morning to meet his earth commanders.
Lieutenant General Fonseka as Chief Guest, in the company of Mrs. Anoma Fonseka, President Seva Vanitha Army Branch (SVAB) ceremonially affirmed open the new and well-equipped pre-school arrangement for Ranaviru children from the Anuradhapura district after look a plaque and cutting a symbolic ribbon. Mrs. Fonseka, the idea behind the new school construction which can house more than 120 Ranaviru children for a year spoken her and SVAB's endorsement on the end of the two-storied building project at a cost of Rs 20 million. The school has its hall on the first floor. Lieutenant General Fonseka comprehensive his greetings to the time in a short verbal message after he was affectionately conservative by kids and teachers.
Major General Jagath Jayasuriya, Commander Security Forces head office - Wanni (SFHQ-W) who was also associated with the school opening afterwards flew to Vavuniya with the meaning of getting an inform on ground developments, as the caring operation is toward the inside its final phase. He was conventional on arrival in Vavuniya by Major General Jagath Dias, General Officer strong 57 Division.
Lieutenant General Fonseka at the create of the day's meeting conventional a summarized clarification on current developments from Major General Jagath Jayasuriya. Likewise, all earth commanders, there on the time told the Commander how their troops in respective areas are moving ahead, despite LTTE argument.
Lieutenant General Fonseka, frightened with the latest recoveries hitherto complete in the past few hours, including discovery of LTTE submarines, weaponry guns, unicorns, serious gear and a huge haul of vehicles, boats, tractors and the ground growth in all fronts, harassed the need to maintain the momentum and reach your destination at the final goal of healing the whole Wanni region. Commander also paid his attention on arrangements in place, related to the influx of more and more civilians into empty areas and events that have been adopted for their transfer. Commander once again extended his backing and thanked all officers and soldiers who are at the there on the verge of winning the protracted problem of terrorism in Sri Lanka.

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