On a rescue mission

12 January 2011 09:36 am - 1     - {{hitsCtrl.values.hits}}


260 soldiers trapped after flooding in the Thanthrimallai, Bogoda camp in the Western part of Wilapattu were rescued today. The soldiers have been trapped in the camp since yesterday and are being temporarily sheltered at the Thanthrimallai Rajamaha Vihara. Picture shows some of the soldiers involved in the rescue mission. Pic by Atula Bandara

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  • Cobra Wednesday, 12 January 2011 12:48 PM

    God bless our forces. The have proved that they are as good in killing the enemy as saving the innocent and helpless. Pooh to those skeptics who demand the disbanding of the forces now that war is over. We need them to fight others wars just like the one that is raging now. Good work boys!

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