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SL has still not linked with GPS of Interpol

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By Dayaseeli Liyanage   

It is revealed that Sri Lanka has still not linked with the Global Positioning System (GPS) of Interpol. 

 Through this technology, information about terrorist leaders, criminals and activists of fundamentalism and also about their routines and places of visits with many other essential information can be obtained, the JVP Propaganda Secretary Parliamentarian Vijitha Herath said.   


He has also explained to the President that it has not been possible to achieve a comparative return for the expenditure of Rs.390 billion incurred on security of the country and the damage caused by the recent terrorists attacks could have been minimized if resources had been utilised properly.   


Measures to be taken to avoid hindrances to innocent Muslims when arrests are made and not to allow for political advantages in such operations are among the other matters he has focused President’s attention.     

 

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