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Indian army commander visits line of control in Vavuniya

[TamilNet, Wednesday, 03 November 2004, 07:04 GMT]
Indian army commander General N. C Vij Wednesday visited the main entry point to the territories held by the Liberation Tigers in Sri Lanka's north. He saw the line of control and the forward defences of the Sri Lanka army at the Omanthai entry point on the A9 highway, 15 kilometres north of Vavuniya.

Earlier in the day the Indian army commander had discussions with Maj.Gen. Parami Kulatunga, Sri Lankan Security Forces commander for Vanni and Mr. Mahinda Baddewela, Deputy Inspector General of Police (Vanni Range) at the JOSSOP camp in Vavuniya.

Meanwhile, Mrs. Rita Vij visited an orphanage in Atamasgassa, a Sinhala village near Vavuniya town.

She distributed gifts to the children at the orphanage.


Indian Commander visits Vavuniya
Indian Commander visits Vavuniya




Indian Commander visits Vavuniya




Indian Army Commander
Indian Army Commander

 

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