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Indian Army commander meets occupying Sinhala commander in Jaffna

[TamilNet, Thursday, 15 March 2012 06:34 No Comment]

Indian military’s southern commander Lt.Gen. AK Singh, making a one-day visit to Jaffna, met Sri Lanka’s occupying military commander in Jaffna, Maj. Gen. Mahinda Kadurusinghé on Tuesday to be briefed about the ‘security situation’ and about the ‘resettlement, rehabilitation, reintegration and development’ processes undertaken by the genocidal military in Jaffna. Sri Lanka enjoys a rare privilege of having ‘military to military’ relationship with India that allows relatively free communication between the officials of the two militaries. The Indian commander also met the SL colonial governor in Jaffna, Maj. Gen. Chandrasri.

The Indian commander passed ‘good remarks’ on the programmes of the SL military in Jaffna, said SL defence media.

The occupying SL military is currently engaged in creating an extensive Sinhala military region in the north, including the Palaali airport and KKS harbour. Fencing the region currently takes place day and night with thousands of occupying soldiers working on it.

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