Sihala Ravaya urges IGP to recover ‘5,000 weapons in hands of Ministers’

The General Secretary of Sihala Ravaya Ven Magalkande Sudaththa Thera yesterday submitted a memorandum to IGP Pujith Jayasundara, demanding an investigation into a recent statement by a group of rehabilitated LTTE cadres that two ministers had amassed around 5,000 firearms that had earlier been used by the LTTE. Ven. Sudaththa Thera, in his memorandum, has said that a group of rehabilitated LTTE cadres, during a press conference held on Aug 18, in Colombo, had stated that around 5,000 weapons of Tiger cadres who went abroad had been acquired by the…

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Colombo schemes Sinhala-Buddhicisation of Tamil heritage site in Vavuniyaa North

Colombo schemes Sinhala-Buddhicisation of Tamil heritage site in Vavuniyaa North [Sun, 19 Aug 2018, 21:33 GMT] The occupying unitary state of genocidal Sri Lanka has prohibited Eezham Tamils at Oldu-madu village in Vavuniyaa North from accessing 157-meter-high hill called Vedukku-naa’ri. The issue became a hot topic on 10 August, a day before the annual religious ritual of Aadi Amaavaasai (the new moon of the Tamil month July-August) observed in remembrance of the ancestors by the Saivites (Hindus). The SL Police blocked the Poosaari (non-Brahmin priest) of the village-deity, based on…

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New Buddhist temples to be built in Kilinochchi soon after the dissolution of Northern Provincial Council later this year.

Sinhala-Buddhist temple opened to ‘celebrate’ genocide at Mu’l’livaaykkaal [TamilNet, Tuesday, 22 May 2012, 00:33 GMT] Coinciding the third anniversary of Mu’l’livaaykkaal genocide, a secretly built Sinhala-Buddhist stupa was inaugurated at Vaddu-vaakal, the entrance to the Mu’l’livaaykkaal genocidal strip of land in Mullaiththeevu. As the Tamil public is yet to be allowed into the stretch of land, the building of the stupa at the genocidal site went unnoticed until its inauguration. Two weeks ago, Colombo opened a coastal road built by Chinese, linking Mu’l’livaaukkaal with Kokku’laay and Pulmoaddai where Sinhala colonisation…

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