58 Division has captured the 300m long beach front where Farah 3 sank. However LTTE still operate from Farah 3 which should get cleared soon too. Div 59 had some casualties due to heavy morning/afternoon fighting yesterday (13th of May), initially lost small ground been captured and increased the thrust. SLA is advancing with caution while SLN are busy guarding the sea area without leaving any gaps for the terrorists to escape.
EFT can confirm that, LTTE MBRL operators got wiped out by 58 division during last 24 hours. This comes as a huge blow to terrorists that last remaining MBRL’s won’t be available to be used by LTTE artillery division. While water is boiling, Sri Lanka president has left to Jordon this morning for 3 day visit. As mentioned in our previous article, the president won’t be able to discuss the security issues during the visit.
Human Wrongs !
Meanwhile, Human Rights organisation (should we say “Human wrongs”!) has requested to delay the IMF loan for Sri Lanka (see hrw.org). UN Security Council in its first formal session on Sri Lanka, condemned the LTTE for its acts of terrorism and recognised Sri Lanka's right to fight against terror.
Updated @ 09:55 BST
- 1000s queuing up to leave the NFZ and we can expect an exodus.
- 3 unicorns and 2 more suicide boats were captured yesterday evening by 53 division. Due to SLA's uninterrupted offensive and the heat wave the LTTE are running leaving behind their weapons. The LTTE is finding it difficult to sustain the defensive operation against the SLA as the Army maintains the freshness required in the troops due to the abundance of man power in reserve. This has resulted in 1000s of civilians queuing up to leave the NFZ.
59 recuing civilians via a cable through Nanthikadal lagoon. Due to LTTE shooting some civilians got killed, but heaps are still making the use of the cable.
Updated @ 10:55 BST
It’s a Photo Shoot. Look at the picture on the right - the girl shoots victims' actions with a Smile (she also holds a photo camera). Wow…
What an ACT! That’s the reality of LTTE’s (and Tamilnet’s) News.
(Readers may have to click on image to see the bigger view, compare the right pic to left)
Watch this space for further updates. We will bring round the clock updates to you from now on.