Last Updated : 28-08-2014 14:27

 

 
 

26 more asylum seekers netted

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More illegal asylum seekers were arrested by Sri Lanka Navy early this morning. At least 26 Tamil and Muslim asylum seekers were sailing to Australia in two trawlers some 10-15 nautical miles off Valachchenai seas when they were intercepted by the Navy, The Navy said.

They are being brought to Trincomalee Navy Jetty.  (Amadoru Amarajeewa)
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-9+17 # balu 2012-08-07 10:32
grass is never greener on da other side! our guys go overseas & do any thing. why not put da same efforts here & develop? what ever govt comes its our efforts that wl benifit us.
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-11+14 # Innocent Citizen 2012-08-07 10:55
This is the high time for our administrators to do something about the cost of living, earlier it was the poor people who wanted to escape from the grave land but now the middle class, unless you have some connection with the high profile politicians it is indeed hard to survive in Sri Lanka, why our leaders cant get this properly?
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-5+19 # Nodrog 2012-08-07 11:38
Its not because of the high COL. These lazy gullible guys have been conned by the human smugglers about they will be afforded a better life as refugees in Australia on the dole.
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-1+6 # Raj 2012-08-07 20:15
catch those who are involved in this smuggling,who are making millions of rupees.
SL is famous for catching small sprats and not the big sharks.
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-0+5 # moda paba 2012-08-07 16:51
at least give to them chance go to middle east.
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-1+1 # MirakRajBanda 2012-08-08 10:52
Could there be any specific reason why Police Spokesperson Ajith Rohana always quoting ‘Tamils and Muslims were nabbed en route to Australia' instead mentioning 'Sri Lankan'? It's pretty annoying the Daily Mirror taking the stand of Police report which was not independently verified. How many thousand Singhalese 'escaped' to Italy in the same modus operandi? Police and Daily Mirror clearly taking breach the ‘code of fair information flow’ conduct.
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