Saturday, February 28, 2009

Sensitive LTTE’s communications equipments recovered


Colombo, 28 February, (Asiantribune.com): Sri Lanka Army’s 58 Division commanded by Brigadier Shavindra Silva’s troops have advance deep into the Puthukkudiyiruppu built- up area from North west, East and South amidst heavy resistance forthcoming from the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam – the terrorists outfit.

Troops belonging to the 58 Divisions also recovered sensitive electronic equipments which confirmed roles played by Tamil Nadu political leaders and televisions owned and run by elites belonging to Tamil Nadu political hierarchy to bifurcate Sri Lanka and make the so called Tamil Eelam, a satellite state of India.

According to sources in the Army’s 58 Division the LTTE is now confined to less than 58 square km (22 sq miles) and are being pushed toward a 12-km no-fire zone on the Indian Ocean island's northeastern coast where tens of thousands of people fleeing fighting and have taken refuge.

While Troops consolidated their position, in the search operations conducted by 11(SLLI) Lt Colonel Kithsiri Ekanayake and his troops were able to locate LTTE’s High-Tec Communication Center, which was according to those empty air condition ducts found in the walls of the building in the premises, was earlier, fully air conditioned.
However, the LTTE has removed all the air condition equipments on their withdrawal, but left behind all the sensitive electronic satellite gadgets and equipments.

Read More: Asiantribune

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