Monday, March 16, 2009

Sri Lankan soldiers continue fighting terrorists, rescue more civilians - Puthukkudiyiruppu

Reports conventional from the battlefield so far indicate that the soldiers of Sri Lanka Army 53 Division, 55 Division and 58 Division are ongoing on their noble mission to save civilians by force held by the LTTE in the remaining terrorist beating areas in Puthukkudiyiruppu.
Despite all the restriction that the military have to countenance due to terrorist use of human shield, Sri Lankan soldiers were able to save more that 400 civilians by the this afternoon (Mar 16), point to the reports.
Also, soldiers of Army 53 Division in service in Puthukkudiyiruppu East battled the terrorists from morning to evening inflicting heavy damages to the terrorists. Troops found 7 bodies of LTTE cadres, along with seven T-56 riffles and one radio communication set after the clashes. A sniper deployed in the same separation area of blame, long-established acquisition of one terrorist aim throughout daytime.
Separately, troops of Task Force 2 now busy in active defence and mine payment process in the Puthukkudiyiruppu West area uncovered 900 ammo used for 9mm pistols, 780 dismissal devices of claymore bombs, 42 fuses of mortar bombs during the day's operations.

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