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Channel 4 video:

Local elements will be exposed soon

Transport Minister Dullas Allahapperuma yesterday said the local elements who were involved in the production of the video footage that was telecast on Channel 4 television will be divulged soon.

Addressing a press briefing at the Mahaweli Centre, the Minister said the Government has received information that several persons have connived with international elements in the production of this video footage which brought the country and the Security Forces into disrepute.

This is a campaign launched by a handful of persons who considered the government’s victory over terrorism as a personal setback.

We have proved that this video footage is a canard to disgrace the country and the Security Forces, he said.

Some elements who pointed their fingers at the Government over this video footage are now silent when it has been divulged that this footage was created with the mala fide intention of disgracing the Government.

 

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