The Tamil National Alliance (TNA) has assured Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe that it is for a united Sri Lanka and will not allow LTTE activities or protests against the army in the north.
Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe met the chief prelates in Kandy today and briefed them on the security situation in the north following the Presidential elections.
The Premier had told the monks that reports of attacks on the army and LTTE flags being raised following the election was false and baseless.
Wickremesinghe told reporters in Kandy that he had obtained a report from the police in Jaffna and the police has also certified that the north was calm.
“I obtained a report from the Jaffna DIG and he told me that there were no incidents from election day and that the army has also not been harassed in any way,” he said.
The Prime Minister said that he had also spoken to the TNA and the TNA was also against the LTTE flag being raised in the north and also want all issues resolved within a unitary State. (Colombo Gazette)