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Give back the lands of Kepapilaw, Opposition Leader R. Sampanthan urges Security Forces


Opposition Leader R. Sampanthan

Opposition Leader R. Sampanthan stated that around 180 acres of land belonging to civil residents of Kepapilaw in Mullativu were still under the custody of the Security Forces.

Accordingly, Sampanthan had requested that the aforementioned acres of land be transferred back to their rightful owners without further delay.

He made the request yesterday (26) during a special meeting at the Office of the Minister of Prison Reforms, Rehabilitation, Resettlement and Hindu Religious Affairs, D. M. Swaminathan.

Give back the lands of KepapilawOpposition Leader R. Sampanthan urges Security ForcesOpposition leader R. SampanthanMinister of Prison ReformsRehabilitationResettlement and Hindu Religious AffairsSwaminathanHeads of Security ForcesOffice of the Minister of Prison ReformsD. M. SwaminathanKepapilawMullativusecurity forces

Sri Lanka will be free of land mines by 2020 - D. M. Swaminathan


Minister of Prison Reforms, Rehabilitation, Resettlement and Hindu Religious Affairs, D. M. Swaminathan

Minister of Prison Reforms, Rehabilitation, Resettlement and Hindu Religious Affairs, D. M. Swaminathan stated that he aimed to make Sri Lanka a nation completely free of land mines by the year 2020.

The Minister affirmed that 26 square km more of the North-Central Province were still pending mine clearance.

He stated this upon attending the occasion where Batticaloa was officially declared free of mine risks.

Out of the total number of land mines buried during the civil war, 1,276,898 have already been removed.

Sri Lanka will be free of land minesyear 2020.Minister of Prison ReformsRehabilitationResettlement and Hindu Religious AffairsD. M. SwaminathanMinister affirmed that 26 square kmNorth-Central Province were still pending mine clearance

Swaminathan transfers Kalutara Prison Commissioner


 D. M. Swaminathan

The Ministry of Prison Reforms, Rehabilitation, Resettlement and Hindu Religious Affairs has made the decision to transfer the Kalutara Prison Commissioner, effective immediately.

Minister of Prison Reforms, Rehabilitation, Resettlement and Hindu Religious Affairs, D. M. Swaminathan has instructed the Ministry’s Secretary, W. M. P. G. Wickramasinghe to immediately transfer the Kalutara Prison Commissioner and conduct a methodical investigation.

Several reasons contributed towards the decision to transfer the Prison Commissioner, according to Minister. D. M. Swaminathan.

D. M. SwaminathanMinistry of Prison ReformsRehabilitationResettlement and Hindu Religious AffairsKalutara Prison Commissioner

 

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