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Sri Lanka Army to release another 700 acres of land in North to rightful owners

Sri Lanka Army to release another 700 acres of land in North to rightful owners Sri Lanka Army, in keeping with the new government's policy to release more security forces-held lands to the civilians, has agreed to release to civilians 700 more acres of private land occupied by it in the Valikamam North area in Jaffna. The Army has agreed to formally release 700 acres of land held by Armed Forces in Jaffna in response to a request made by the Jaffna Government Agent Nagalingam Vedanayagan. Mr. Vedhanayagan said he made a request to the military to release 1,500 acres currently held by the Army so that the resettlement of displaced people could be expedited, according to a report in Sunday Times. The lands located in Keeramalai, Kankasanthurai and Mavaddapuram were highly residential ar...
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