Friday, January 30, 2009

Two UN Employees Released And Thirteen Are Still In The LTTE Custody

Two United Nations Convoys Who are Forcibly Detained by the LTTE Few Weaks Ago were Released and Another Thirteen Local UN Staff are Still Remain In their Custody According to the UN Sources.These UN Employees were Detained when they Entered the Tiger Held Putukkudiyarppu Area after they Distributed the Food Stock to those People Trapped There.But After the Distribution of The Food LTTE Not Allowed Them to Return.
UN Office in Colombo Made Repeated Apeals From LTTE To Relese these Employees But The Rebels Are Not Responding To it.

UNICEF Denies That Their Vehicle Found From Tiger Held Vishwamadu

United Nations Children's Educational Fund(UNICEF) Denied The Statement made by the Sri Lankan Army on A Toyota Double Cab with the UNICEF Logo was Seizing From the LTTE At Viswamadu Town.UNICEF Says in a Statement That They are not having Such Vehicles and Therefore no truth in that Story.
However Relieble Sources said that In the Recent Years UNICEF had Provided Double Cab Vehicles to the Ministries of Health,Education,Social Services And Social Welfare and to the National Water Supplies And Water Drainage Board for their Activities.

Navy Destroyed A Suicide Boat Of LTTE

Sri lankan Navy Attack Boats Deployed in the Mulativu Seas Destroyed a LTTE Suicide Boat With Poweful Explosives Around 3 In the Morning Navy Sources Said.The Destroyed Boat Launched It's Trip from the Mulativue Coast and the Navy Boats Destroying it by Directing Heavy Artillary Gun Fire Sources Further Added.At Present The Navy Deployed Four Blockades Along the North Eastern Coast of the Island to Prevent LTTE'S Arm Supplies and Escaping f LTTE Cadres via Sea Route.

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