Sirisena answerable for secret incarceration by SL Navy in East

[TamilNet, Sunday, 28 June 2015, 23:06 GMT]
SL President Maithiripala Sirisena on Sunday visited the Sri Lanka Navy Eastern Naval Command, which was responsible for the secret incarceration camp known as ‘Gota’ camp, where more than 700 former LTTE members, including 35 families, have been illegally detained for more than 5 years. Mr Sirisena, who was acting Defence Minister under the Rajapaksa regime, is answerable for the genocidal incarceration by the Eastern Naval Command of the SLN, Eezham Tamil activists in Trincomalee said. The SL President is the Commander-in-Chief of the three armed forces.

Sirisena visits SLN Eastern Command in Trincomalee
Sirisena visits SLN Eastern Command in Trincomalee
While the new regime has failed to reveal or investigate the whereabouts of those detained at the undisclosed ‘Gota’ camp, the visiting ‘Commander-in-Chief’ of the genocidal Sri Lankan State was praising the ‘pivotal’ role of the SL Navy in ‘defeating terrorism’ during the 30-year war.

The SL Navy is also responsible for the killing of hundreds of fishermen from Tamil Nadu.

The visiting SL president, accompanied by Vice Admiral Jayantha Perera, the commander of the SL Navy, declared open the first phase of a new complex of ‘Naval and Maritime Academy’ in the occupied country of Eehzam Tamils.

The Eastern Naval Command of the SL Navy has recently opened a new Anti Submarine Warfare School as part of the occupying military establishment of Sri Lanka in Trincomalee.

After his visit to the SL military establishment, Mr Sirisena posed for selfies with the public at Nilaave'li beach.

Sirisena visits SLN Eastern Command in Trincomalee

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