Sri Lanka President vows to safeguard country's independence and constitution from foreign forces


 Sri Lanka's President Maithripala Sirisena today emphasized that he does not intend to take any action that would violate the constitution or harm the independence of the country according to the edicts of international community or any one else. The President made this announcement addressing a function held to open the newly constructed building of the Meegahatenna police station in Kalutara today (27). He said the statement made by the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights that the private lands in the North and East used by the security forces have not been released to the owners and the recommendation to appoint a commission for the release of lands were based on false information provided by the Non-governmental organizations. "There is no need to appoint such a commission," the President added...............

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