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

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