Last Updated : 22-08-2014 15:06

 
 

An auction before the outbreak

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Vehicles that were abandoned after the conclusion of the war are pictured here dumped at various vehicle yards in the North. The Government Agents office is planning to auction the vehicles as there can be a break out of dengue, due to rain water contaminating in the vehicles. Pix by Romesh Madushanka






 
 

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-5+13 # kan 2012-09-20 13:26
Purchasers will be happy if they find some LTTE gold hidden inside these vehicles!!!!!!! !!!!
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-3+22 # ROBERT 2012-09-20 13:38
WAIT..... OWNERS OF THE VEHICLE WILL PARTICIPATE FROM HEAVEN..... THEY NEED TIME..
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-1+30 # bandara 2012-09-20 13:46
should be distributed to the farmers in the north for free and win the people's hearts importantly. The cost to repair them seems already too dear for them anyway and for the government to earn from people's items is not ethical.
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-7+10 # mohamed asfar 2012-09-20 14:12
good move. auction it so someone can use it.
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-1+19 # Iranga 2012-09-20 14:39
Cant the vehicles with number plates given to their owners ?
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-0+15 # GP 2012-09-20 15:07
this is the million dollar question and which can be answered by very few people from heart
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-0+5 # True Sri Lankan 2012-09-20 16:07
So many no of bikes ..... wheres all the owners? .....most of them are having the number plats?
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-0+4 # Asaranakolla 2012-09-20 16:36
Like these why govt cant do for vehicles just on yards in ministries, hospitals, courts, ships in ocean, old trains, old busses in depos .... why...
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-2+0 # ballo 2012-09-20 19:51
old unusable vehicles so they are giving back. good stuff MR and brothers took home
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-0+1 # Hussain 2012-09-20 21:54
Check out the items that are serviceable and sell them to interested parties and sell the rest to a junk metal dealer to be exported as junk metal. The government could make some money. Keep a few items , housed in a war museum to show future generations of Tamis the futility of armed conflict & war.
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