Stock of metal balls, gelatnite sticks, IS uniforms seized

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A stock of more than 150 gelatnite sticks, IS uniforms, a large stock of metal balls, a drone, a suspicious van and a laptop were recovered during a search operation in Samanthurai today.

Police said the objects were detected based on information received by the State Intelligence Service.

 

Video by Wasantha Chandrapala

  Comments - 5

  • Martin Milton Friday, 26 April 2019 09:09 PM

    Absolutely excellent work by SL Security Forces. Go well! God speed and go safely to bring peace back to ailing Sri Lanka. MM

    Paramesh Friday, 26 April 2019 09:24 PM

    The fact that the police within 1hour went to raid the one of the bombers house could mean only one thing the detailed intelligence report were with them.

    Ponniah Sivarajah Friday, 26 April 2019 09:31 PM

    This search operations should have been done a month ago when alerts of bomb attacks were received. Why the delayed action?? Political or negligence?? Deaths could have been avoided.

    Ryan Mendis Friday, 26 April 2019 09:42 PM

    Sri Lanka I am certain will overcome this devastation. Because Sri Lanka will not contain this situation unlike other nations but will seek to eliminate it. A cancer must be taken out quickly before it grows. Good job to all the hardworking military personnel.

    Shelly Friday, 26 April 2019 09:32 PM

    Make SF MINISTER OF DEFENCE


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