Friday, February 27, 2009

LTTE makes desperate attempts to hold Puthukudiyiruppu; an LTTE ground commander killed

Troops of 1 Gajaba Regiment (1 GR) and 4 Vijayabahu Infantry Regiment (4 VIR) on 681 Brigade has a lot confronted with LTTE terrorists in general area Puthukudiyiruppu as LTTE terrorists formation stiff argument on advancing troops for defending the LTTE's last stronghold, Puthukudiyiruppu built-up yesterday, 26 February.
An LTTE ground commander, known as Shankar, who led the battle against safety forces in Puthukudiyiruppu area, was killed during the hostility, ground troops claimed. Intercepting LTTE broadcast it is long-established that 14 LTTE terrorists were killed while 30 others suffered injuries throughout the hours long fighting.
Meanwhile, troops of 18 Gemunu Watch (18 GW) of 641 Brigade piece under Task Force 4 (TF4) have engaged with LTTE terrorists in several occasions in general area Puthukudiyiruppu right through out the day, 26 February.
Intense fighting consequences heavy damages to the opponent, intercepting LTTE message channels ground troops long-established. Heavy fighting commenced around 7.30 AM and lasted till 5.30 PM, military report said.

Wednesday, February 25, 2009

More LTTE military items found - west of Putthukkudiruppu

Troops of 621 and 622 Brigades serving under Task Force 2 (TF2) have establish more aggressive items left behind by the fleeing terrorists while conducting search and clear operations yesterday, 24 February, military report conventional from the battlefront said.
01 x RPG round, 500 x T-56 Ammunition, 3 x hand grenades, 1 x tractor were bare by the troops of 7 Sri Lanka Signal Corps (7 SLSC) serving in 621 Brigade from worldwide area Panainindankulam last morning.
Meanwhile, troops of 18 Vijayabahu Infantry division (18VIR) conducting payment procedure between next and third defence lines in general area west of Putthukkudiruppu exposed motor series and two generators morning hours. One of the generators is 0.3KW while the other is 0.5KW.
Similar troops have found a T-56 weapon and a water force from west of Putthukkudiruppu area while conducting a search process in afternoon hours.

Friday, February 20, 2009

Army Poised to Liberate Last Town Under Terror Clutches

Sri Lanka Army offensive basics are gradually encircling the Puthukkudduyirppu built-up, the last town to be unconventional from terrorist control.
Puthukkudduyirppu comes across down the A-35 road (Paranthan-Mullaittvu), about 35 km from Paranthan. The built-up stretches in an area of approximately 25 square kilometres, out of which about 20 square kilometres situated north of the A-35.
According to the battlefield sources, Army 58 Division basics manoeuvring from the North are in the procedure of dominating Ampalavanpokkani area situated just 2 km from the northern parameters of the Puthukkudduyirppu built-up. Also, the basics of the same separation manoeuvring from the North and the Northwest have located themselves just 3-5 km from the built-up.
Yesterday's (Feb 19) battlefield in order indicate that 58 Division troops have been full of activity in heavy hostility with the terrorists in the north, northwest and west of Puthukkudduyirppu areas. The locations of the combating can be situated on a warped line drawn oppose clockwise from north of Puthukkudduyirppu built-up to the west, up to the A-35.
Troops found three bodies of LTTE cadres, seven T-56 riffles, and three radio communication sets, during follodivision searches.
Meanwhile troops of the Task Force 4, manoeuvring from the Southwest of Puthukkudduyirppu, have established their positions just 2-3 km short of the western parameters of the Puthukkudduyirppu built-up. According to the battlefield reports troops conventional out daylong assaults at the terrorist locations located south of the A-35 yesterday.
The recently formed Task Force 8 solders induct to the battlefield form the South of the Puthukkudduyirppu built-up, too have in progress touching northwards , the reports additional indicate

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Moping up operations continue in west of Puthukkudiyiruppu

LTTE terrorists have turned the Uddayarkattu government school into a medical center to treat its wounded cadres.
Sri Lanka Army 58 division soldiers after wresting control over the Puthukkudiyiruppu West built up are now busy in moping operations in the area, defence sources reveal.
Battlefield reports indicate that troops contain so far collected 28 bodies of LTTE cadres since Monday (Feb 16). Yesterday unaccompanied troops found 14 bodies of LTTE cadres along with three T-56 riffles, one 81mm mortar gun , two radio message sets and one sniper riffle.
Heavy clashes ensued in both north and south of A-35 road (Paranthan- Mullaittivu) as troops of 2 Commando Regiment (2CR), 11 Sri Lanka Light Infantry (11SLLI), 10 SLLI, 7 Sinha Ragiment (7SR), 12 Gamunu Watch (12GW), and 8GW work of art from north entered into the Puthukkudiyiruppu West areas on Monday.
The Puthukkudiyiruppu West built up is situated about 18 miles from Parantham down the A-35 . Puthukkudiyiruppu town is the last rural community in the residual LTTE collection house which is located about 3 miles from the Puthukkudiyiruppu West built up.

Sunday, February 15, 2009

Prabhakaran still here - surrendered LTTE suicide bombers tell Sunday Observer

Prabhakaran still here - surrendered LTTE suicide bombers tell Sunday Observer
The LTTE leader Velupillai Prabhakaran still in Vanni will carry on to hold the blameless civilians until the military captures him the two LTTE Black Tiger suicide cadres, who have surrendered to Army exposed. In an exclusive meeting with the Sunday Observer they said that Prabhakaran's son Charles Anthony was commanding their armed forces with other famous LTTE leaders like Banu and Lakshman.
The two Black Tigers in their twenties had surrendered to the troops of the 57 Division at Therumurukandy on Jan. 28, after they failed in their attempts to bomb the bund of the Iranamadu Tank which if succeeded could have caused immense disaster.
Anthony and Soosai had briefed them on the mission, for an underwater obliteration on Jan 20, but they, who were fed up with the 'behaviour' of the LTTE and its leadership had determined to surrender.
"The LTTE is abducting lots of children who are in their teens. They want to give up civilians as ordinary fodder. Sons and daughters of the LTTE leaders are living lushness lives," they charged. The two former Tiger cadres said that the innocent youth are life form brain-washed and sent on suicide missions. According to them, with the battle hotting up, Prabhakaran had sent his wife and the youngest son 10-year-old, Balachandran to a safer location.

Friday, February 13, 2009

Intense fighting reported in Pudukudiirippu; heavy damages to terrorists

Infantrymen of 641 and 642 Brigades portion under Task Force 4 (TF4) had more than a few confrontation with LTTE terrorists in universal area Puthukkudiyiruppu inflicting serious damages to the adversary yesterday, 12 February.
Snipers deployed in 641 Brigade have gunned down 4 LTTE terrorists in countenance of the defence line in two split occasions, military report traditional from the battlefront said.
Meanwhile, troops of 14 Sri Lanka Singa Regiment (14 SLSR), 20 Sri Lanka glow Infantry (20 SLLI) and 18 Gemunu Watch (18 GW) serving under 642 Brigade in service in the Puthukkudiyiruppu area confronted with LTTE terrorists causing grave recompense to the enemy, the armed report added.
During a clearing process, troops of 14 SLSR have uncovered a few weapons absent away by the terrorists. 1 x G3A3 weapon, 1 x AK47 weapon, 1 x repeater weapon, 1 x G3A3 Light Machine Gun and 1 x shotgun were also among the recoveries, report said.
Separately, troops of 18 GW have found a resolution antenna while conducting a search and clear process in general area Puthukkudiyiruppu.

Thursday, February 12, 2009

Army 58 Div makes significant gains on battleground- North of A-35

Sri Lanka Army 58 Division choreography north of the A-35 road (Paranthan- Mullaittivu) has been antagonism pitched battles with the terrorists in the Kuppilankulam and Tamarankulam areas since last week. Battlefield reports point to that troops have withstood heavy terrorist resistances while scoring important victories next to the terrorists.
During yesterday's operations (Feb 11), troops of 9 Gemunu Watch (9GW) captured a highly carrying arms terrorist camp located in Sinna Villu area, northeast of Kuppilankulam in the afternoon hours. Troops during following search found a body of an LTTE cadres, four 120 mm mortar guns, two 81 mm mortar guns, one 120 mm firearm tubes, four bipods of 120 mm mortar guns , six bipods of 81 mm mortar guns, six base plates of 81 mm mortar guns, one Light mechanism Gun (LMG), one T-56 riffle, and one more rifle . Ground sources long-established that LTTE had suffered a heavy toll in this meeting.
Meanwhile troops of 12GW, 7 Sinha Regiment (7SR), and 19 Vijayaba Infantry Regiment (19 VIR), had daylong clashes with the terrorists in the Tamarankulam area. Troops then found four bodies of LTTE cadres, five T-56 riffles, two claymore mines, six electrically operated mines, and one radio message set. Tamarankulam is a distant area located about 5 km north of A-35 and 3 km west of Chalai lagoon.
The 58 Division victories for yesterday also include the imprison of LTTE printing shove and the mortar bomb-developed factory as reported previous.
Snipers deployed in the forward areas long-established shooting down of 23 terrorist at a variety of locations during daytime.

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

58 Div locates Huge LTTE printing press - Mullaittivu

Troops of 58 Division commanded by Brigadier Shavindar Silva have situated a huge LTTE printing press while conducting consolidating and search operations in general area Sugandhirapuram, Mullaittivu, this morning, 11 February, armed sources said.
A few printing machines were also establish inside the printing press building.
LTTE hand grenade manufacturing factory neighboring to the printing press was also located by the troops of similar separation, military sources added.
Meanwhile, troops of Task Force 4 (TF4) have located another LTTE printing and wounding machine while conducting look for and clear operations in south of Puthukudiyirippu this morning, 11 February.
The printing and cutting machine is 12 feet long and it had been left away by the fleeing terrorists due to the effectual military thrust launched by security forces lately.

Tuesday, February 10, 2009

LTTE fire fleeing civilians ; 19 killed , Army rescue 1046 civilians - Puthukkuduyiruppu

The latest reports inward from the Army Task Force 2 indicate that 19 civilians have been killed and 75 others injured in the cowardly LTTE assault at the civilians seeking refuge with the soldiers in Udayarkattukualam this morning (Feb 10). Among the dead are 2 children , 5 women , and 12 males. Another 28 children , 30 women and 17 men have suffered injuries.
Sri Lanka Army Task Force 2 soldiers in service west of Puthukkuduyiruppu, in Mullaittivu area have rescued about 1046 Tamil civilians evasion the LTTE person protect in Wanni this morning (Feb 10). According to the defence sources, the civilians have at home to the civilian save point in the North east of Udayarkattukulam area between 6 AM and 7 AM amidst raging LTTE little arms flames.
Army has taken events to airlift the seriously wounded people to Anuruadhapura and Vavuniya hospitals while the others have been given first aid at field dressing position at the save point itself. Troops expects more civilians arrivals today, said the sources.
The attack at the civilians is the third in this month approved out by the LTTE terrorists to stop civilians getting out of the human shield in Wanni. Yesterday (Feb 9) a brainwashed LTTE suicide bomber blew herself up, at a civilian save tip killing 10 civilians and wounding over 40.

Monday, February 9, 2009

Over 4500 Tamil civilians reach security forces seeking safety - Mullaittivu

As the security forces further decrease LTTE beating areas, 4701 more Tamil civilians who were kept as hostages by the LTTE terrorists have crossed over to unconventional areas from the Puthukudiyirippu in Mullaittivu amidst heavy thrashing and gunfire by the LTTE, throughout the last 24 hours, 9 February, defence sources said.
The civilians have been heading for to the welfare centers recognized in Vavuniya after as long as with meals and medical treatments. "The Army and the GA's office are prepared to make easy these civilians and their safety and welfare is well certain", armed official said language to
Yesterday, marking the uppermost number of displaced people crossed in a single day over to the unconventional areas, 5593 Tamil civilians reached to security forces looking for safety for their lives.
Troops now busy in a rescue mission to open evasion routes for the Tamil civilians how were by force held by the terrorists as a human shield.

Thursday, February 5, 2009

Deputy sea tiger leader killed; fall of Chalai imminent

Adding another huge hinder for the LTTE terrorists in Wanni battlefront the Deputy LTTE sea tiger head and three other sea tiger leaders were killed in a fierce argument took put in north of Chalai yesterday, 4 February, the newest military sources in battlefront said.
According to the available information, LTTE sea tiger second-in-command leader known as Vinayagam was killed as troops of 55 Division on assignment to imprison LTTE's last sea tiger base, Chalai, launched an effective unpleasant push against LTTE confrontation. The intense fighting reported between 1.45PM to 2.00 PM, defence sources said.
By intercepting LTTE communication channels, it is revealed that terrorists were not capable to found the body of the killed deputy sea tiger leader so far as troops continued their unpleasant on residual LTTE positions in the area.
Meanwhile, In-charge of LTTE land fighting group known as Kader and sea tiger Pooneryn area leader know as Pahalawan were also killed all through the argument, military sources further confirmed.
Sea tiger special leader known as Sinna Kannan was killed in a split confrontation reported in north of Chalai around 8.50 AM yesterday. He was later given the self-styled rank of 'Lt. Colonel', Electronic Warfare (EW) sources confirmed intercepting LTTE message channels. Eight more sea tigers were also killed throughout the battle.
Troops are now heading towards Chalai, the only remaining sea tiger base, ahead more LTTE beating areas amidst rigid confrontation given by the terrorists.

Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Army, Air Force foil LTTE bid to breach defence line - Mullaittivu

Sri Lanka Army 59 Division and the Task Force 4 with the help of Sri Lanka Air Force combatant craft have let down an LTTE bid to break the Mullaittivu defence line.
According to the battleground sources, the terrorists since Sunday (Feb 1) had made a desperate attempt to breach the army onward deface line, west of Nanthikadal lagoon. serious clashed prevailed in the area as close district battles erupted between troops and the terrorists during last 72 hours.
Air Force spokesperson Wing Commander Janaka Nanayakkara told that 13 air missions were conducted between 8, last night to 6 this morning targeting LTTE reinforcements, gatherings and strongholds. Israeli built Kafir fighters approved nine out of the total missions while the 4 others were close air hold up mission by Russian built MI 24 Helicopter gun ships. He said that the terrorists have suffered a heavy toll throughout the missions, citing operational sources.
Defence cleverness sources said that the unsuccessful terrorists unpleasant was lead by the LTTE's latest armed wing leader Theepan. The aim of the terrorists was to get well the lost earth in Mullaittivu to bring back to life confidence of their cadres. However , the terrorists have suffered a serious beating , the sources added.

Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Fighting intensifies at Mullaittivu battlefront: Challai under siege

Advancing troops of the 55 and 58 Division have stepped-up intensified attacks at Challai LTTE defences inflicting heavy reward to LTTE since yesterday (Feb 2).
According to finalized military information conventional, 12GW troops required into an LTTE bunker in the vapors killing 14 terrorists and injuring 6 others, in general area Challai, Monday at about 3.45p.m. During following search operations conducted troops have also bare 14 Light machine guns(LMGs), 10x T-56 weapons, 15 claymore mines and 50 anti-personnel(AP) mines.
divide confrontations were also reported between troops and LTTE in general area at Tamarakulam and Vaddaikkachchi as troops long-established killed 9 terrorists and injuring 6 others.
Meanwhile, 9 more terrorists were killed and 4 injured when 58 Division troops overran 2 LTTE bunker locations in general area Visuamadu.

Monday, February 2, 2009

SLAF raids identified LTTE resistance positions in Mullaittivu

Sri Lankan Air Force fighter jets launched 6 consecutive air raids at identified LTTE confrontation positions situated West of Puthukudiyirippu and Northwest of the Mullaittivu lagoon today(Feb 2), since 10a.m.
According to Air Force Spokesperson Wing Commander Janaka Nanayakkara, MiG-27 strikers took on an LTTE resistance position, 1km West of Puthukkudiyirippu in assistance of the advancing TF-4 troops, at around 10a.m.
Similarly, MiG and K'Fir fighters launched 4 consecutive air strikes at enemy argument positions located Northwest of Mullaittivu lagoon and East of Puthukkudiyirippu connection from 11.20a.m., till 5p.m. The air sorties were conducted in help of the 59 Division troops now last in on the last LTTE defenses in Mullaittivu. Meanwhile, MI-24 helicopter gunships launched ground hold up air assaults Northwest of the Mullaittivu pond, at around 3.30p.m.

Troops capture Prabakaran's main hideout: Terrorist to face inevitable defeat - Mullaittivu
Sri Lankan Army troops of the 11th Light Infantry (SLLI) under the 58 Division led by Brigadier Shavendra Silva have captured a main LTTE hiding place, what is believed to be a major housing site of the terror leader Prabakaran.
The two storied underground built residential multifaceted was situated in a two acre coconut cultivated land which was well fortified, provided with all-round defense from neighboring gun positions and bunker locations. The whole area was brought under security forces control following serious fighting that ensued between troops and LTTE since near the beginning this morning (Feb 2). At least 20 LTTE terrorists were killed during the argument that lasted for hours the sources further said.
According to ground sources, the subversive dugout runs 50ft deep, private with a 3ft thick layer of concrete. The air force had bombed this site before, which is in the middle of cadjan houses 500m west of the Paranthan - Mullaititvu main road in general area Piramanthalkulama. The underground dugout was totally air taught which consisted of four furnished compartments and tiled floors, the sources said adding that watch cameras were also built-in at the entry of the bunker many-sided.
During further search operations conducted, troops have also found an oxygen place inside a luxury section believed to be Prabakanran's room along with a M-16(new version) machine gun and an insulin container. Troops had also situated a deep-freezer inside the compartment. "Four guard point were found located adjacent to the compartment which were manned by Prabakaran's personal bodyguards", a military official said. Three sound evidence power generators were used to supply electrical power to the housing site and the neighboring bunkers, the sources further said.
Search operations are continuing .....