Lankan inquiry of no use says former SLMM Chief

  • 12 Oct 2006 04:46:51 GMT

    [However Defence Spokesperson Minister Keheliya Rambukwella told The Morning Leader that the former SLMM head did not have a right to make such comments and it was only obvious that he wanted to sling mud at the government. ]

    There was no Mud slinging and why Rambukawella is getting so upset..They have only asked to bring the culprits to justice..

    Hey what happened to the Australian investigators..

    who is investigating the GoSL? ok let us hear the report?

  • 12 Oct 2006 04:54:16 GMT

    [There was no Mud slinging and why Rambukawella is getting so upset..They have only asked to bring the culprits to justice.. ]

    Yes Birty,

    The culprit is barbarian in the ground for all war related deaths in Sri Lanka. So SL forces will take him to justice on behalf of all deaths and suffering of masses.

  • 12 Oct 2006 04:55:02 GMT

    Elliya Rumbuttan`s a bit upset that he can`t gag Ulf Henricsson now that he`s out of the country

  • 12 Oct 2006 04:57:34 GMT

    Berty anna:

    didn`t you know what happened to the aussie investigators?

    They were there...with all latest equipments...no green light to goahead...so they went back saying that the equipments are worth a lot and they cannot wait there until our system allows them to carry on with thier work.

    Typical of GOSL.

    Cas has now been transferred to A`pura was taken up last week no one came out for witnesses so its now postponed.

    people in the east finding it difficult even to do their day to day affairs.Do you think they will go to A`pura to give evidence!!Joke! SLMM may be correct. i think they will release their own report in a weeks time.

  • 12 Oct 2006 05:06:53 GMT

    Swathi sister,

    There was a nice post by you in the earlier thread about beautiful heart..It was touching and i left a reply for you there..

    I heard the same story too about the Australian experts going back home..last time when this issue was brought up the Gosl boasted saying the Independent Australian experts will be here soon and they will tell us the TRUTH..why now they do not even mention their names..if they hide the truth then we have to assume the SL forces killed the Aid workers. if not let the GoSL tell us what happened to the Australians!

  • 12 Oct 2006 05:13:48 GMT

    LT:

    from wheres are you coming?

    Its a real joke to read about your comments.

    Firstly why cricket in here at this thread...secondly only few days ago we all discussed about cricket.

    No one is jealous about what you are doing or for that matter the sinhalese are doing. leave us alone and allow us to live our way.

    BTW: It looks like you are jealous of tamil people,thats why all these scrap.

  • 12 Oct 2006 05:14:48 GMT

    Berty anna:

    I read that...thanks

  • 12 Oct 2006 05:16:30 GMT

    LionT, good day,

    [think honestly,do you come across any Tamil friend or colleague in your life who is happy,proud or talk about SLR cricket,answer is bib NO. ]

    For your information, I met number of Tamils in this very forum who love and admire SL cricket (anyway, its natural as they are Sri Lankans).

    Just one of them is just above your post, Berty.

    So, its not easy to generalize, I guess.

    Best.

  • 12 Oct 2006 05:16:42 GMT

    [Sri Lanka fighting rages as military counts dead

    Thu Oct 12, 2006 12:52am ET160

    By Simon Gardner

    COLOMBO (Reuters) - Sri Lanka`s military said on Thursday 43 troops were killed, another 25 to 30 were missing and 224 were wounded in a fierce battle in the island`s far north a day earlier.

    Artillery duels continued to rage and residents in the army-held northern Jaffna peninsula, cut off from the rest of the island by rebel lines, heard fighter jets fly toward Tiger territory. Explosions were heard in the distance.

    The Red Cross said it was trying to arrange the handover of the bodies of 20 troops. The bloody corpses were shown in graphic detail on pro-rebel Web site www.tamilnet.com.

    The Tigers said 10 of their fighters were killed but the military estimates they killed more than 150 rebels.

    The Tigers say they have recovered the corpses of 75 troops from inside their territory after what they say was a military offensive. The security forces deny crossing into rebel territory, but have blocked truce monitors from inspecting the area.

    `The battle happened in no-man`s land, between our forward defense lines and theirs,` said military spokesman Prasad Samarasinghe. `They don`t have 75 bodies.`

    `Some people are missing -- about 25-30 troops. They must be having those bodies.`

    He said the foes continued to exchange artillery and mortar fire on Thursday morning, but said there was no close-quarter fighting.]

    http://today.reuters.com/news/articlenews.aspx?type=worldNews&storyid=2006-10-12T045251Z_01_SP91779_RTRUKOC_0_US-SRILANKA.xml

  • 12 Oct 2006 05:20:06 GMT

    Swathis sis, good day.

    [No one is jealous about what you are doing or for that matter the sinhalese are doing. leave us alone and allow us to live our way.]

    Well said!.

    We have to separate topics, if we are going to mix all, we get no any harmony and peace.