Visiting Army Chief had been with Indian invasive Army
It has been revealed that the Commander of the Indian Army, General Manoj Kumund Narawana, who was on an official visit, was a member of the Indian Army during the 1987 invasion of Sri Lanka.
A statement issued by the Presidential Media Unit states, “This visit has revived the memory of the experience gained while serving in the Trincomalee 4th Pillar area representing the Indian Peace Keeping Force.”
A military exercise is currently being conducted at the Konduwatana Army Headquarters in Ampara with the participation of about 150 Indian Army soldiers and officials. Subramaniam Swamy, a senior BJP leader is also on an official visit to Sri Lanka.
Meanwhile, Sri Lankan Ambassador to India Milinda Moragoda is in the process of presenting Sri Lanka’s proposals on diplomatic strategies to be implemented between the two countries to Indian leaders. The Indian Army chief arrived a few days after Indian External Affairs Secretary Shri Harsh Vardhan Shringla returned from a five-day official visit to the island last week. He is also on a five-day visit. Meanwhile, Subramaniam Swamy, a member of the State Council of India, is in Sri Lanka. He maintains close ties with Mahinda Rajapaksa’s family and invited Gotabaya Rajapaksa to give lectures to the Indian security forces. Mahinda Rajapaksa was also invited as a guest speaker at Indian political conferences.
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