Friday, January 16, 2009

Commander warns against LTTE infiltrating attempts

With the final stage of the threat of terrorism, now attainment its doom, owing to the cord of embarrassing LTTE defeats in the hands of daring Wanni troops, Commander of the Army, replacement General Sarath Fonseka Friday (16) morning undertook one more trip to meet his earth commanders and assess safety developments in Wanni.
Lieutenant General Fonseka, fully aware of possible consequences that strength crop up with the start of civilian mass departure from all corners of the Kilinochchi, Mullaittivu, Jaffna and Vavuniya districts seeking defense, instructed his ground commanders to take utmost measures next to insightful attempts of Tiger terrorists into empty areas and particular centers for inside Displaced Persons (IDPs) as camouflaged civilians. replacement General Fonseka further noted Tiger terrorists, as some of them practised in the east soon after its fall into Army hands, strength apply the same behavior with the cruel intention of crippling normalcy in the south. complicated preparations and preparations, now in place to take delivery of thousands of fleeing terrorists in the next pair of days, were also taken up by the visiting Army Chief when he met his earth commanders at the Wanni Security Forces head office this morning (16).
Major General Jagath Jayasuriya, Commander safety Forces - Wanni (SFHQ-W), upon receiving of his Chief briefed him on the status quo at ground level as the caring operation in the Wanni is toward the inside its critical phase. Ground commanders attending the meeting offered the visiting Army Commander with comprehensive accounts in own areas as regards their operations.
Replacement General Sarath Fonseka, highly frightened with the series of armed gains in the north told the meeting that those achievements have already conventional plaudits for the entire association from every corner of the world and the modern military history of Sri Lanka will surely add a new leaf when the historical saga is re-written in Sri Lanka some day. He also highlighted the vital importance of the Jaffna - Colombo link-up in the result of the re-opening of the A-9 Highway, thanks to the valour of tireless military.
Stressing the need for continued observation, vigil and suspicious events, as the caring operation enters its significant phase, the visiting Army Chief salaried his tribute to all earth commanders for their certain commitment, devotion and priceless sacrifices and instructed them to maintain the momentum.

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