Monday, February 2, 2009

President calls LTTE to surrender

Military operations irreversible and irrevocable:
President Mahinda Rajapaksa renewing his call to LTTE terrorists, urged them to surrender of face serious danger of being captured by the Government Armed Forces.
This rehabilitated call was complete by President Rajapaksa when he addressed a enormous public meeting at the Rikillagaskada park yesterday in support of the UPFA candidates contesting the Central Provincial Council election, listed for February 14.
This was the fourth such public meeting he addressed, under the there 'Lets defend the battle, to defend the country. The President affirmed that liberating the Northern polity from the mean grip of terrorism and creating of an surroundings where all committees could exist without fear and suspicion, was his leading blame and force.
Thereafter he said there were other secondary everyday jobs such as to eliminate scarcity, clean out dishonesty, connect in development appearance and make stronger the country community in the center of others.
"We have already resumed developing the country. Nobody will be bright to hold back or disrupt this progress" he said. furthermore he said, all these mega growth projects have been launched with our own funds, without any overseas borrowing.
The President opined that if the terrorists surrendered to the Armed Forces as their last obtainable option now they would be freely usual and humanely treated, similar to their age group who had surrendered in the East in their uniforms. "They had been given a warm and rousing welcome by our well limited Armed Forces who had even obtainable them king coconuts" the President added.
President Rajapaksa resolutely affirmed that he was often making this call to the terrorists on the basis that the operations carried out by the war heroes were permanent and binding.
"We have sufficiently shown to the world, the manner as envisioned in the Mahinda Chinthana how my Government envisages to rejuvenate the country", he said.
President Rajapaksa pointed out the contrast where the Vanni children were provided with a T-56 rifle and a Cyanide pill, while their counterparts in South were in school with books and in white uniforms," I have a prime compulsion and a bounden responsibility to change this", he added.
He also heading for Minister C.B. Ratnayake and the relevant officials to put in order and give some displaced persons living in temporary tents, with decent housing.
"We cannot allow our own citizens to exist in tents, indefinitely", he claimed.
Minister Rajitha Senaratne addressing the rally asserted that the Government will have a mire slide take-over not only in the Wayamba and Central Provinces, but all other provinces too, and then persuasively with the general elections as well, lastly.
NFF Leader and Parliamentarian Wimal Weerawansa pointed out that our courageous war heroes had brought Sri Lanka much fame, standing and splendor by defeating the most cruel terrorist group in the world in toto.
Former UNP stalwart Thilanga Sumathipala also joined the Government yesterday at the public meeting in Hanguranketha.Minister Dilan Perera, Pavithra Wanniyaarachchi, Nimal Sripala De Silva, Mervyn Silva, Navin Dissanayake and former UNP stalwart Rohan Abeyagoonesekera also spoke.

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