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On LLRC recommendations relevant to Army:

Army Commander to hand over report today

Army Commander Lt. Gen Jagath Jayasuriya will hand over the report on Lessons Learnt and Reconciliation Commission recommendations that are relevant to the Sri Lanka Army to Defence Secretary Gotabhaya Rajapaksa today at the Defence Ministry.

The Army Commander appointed a board to study the LLRC recommendations that are relevant to the Sri Lanka Army and recommend precautionary measures to avert such observations in the future.

Speaking at a press conference at the Army Headquarters yesterday, the Army Chief added that the LLRC has made some recommendations on the general observations of the conduct of war and precautionary measures in the chapter eight of the report. “What is relevant to the military particularly to the Sri Lanka Army, I appointed a Board to look into these observations and make recommendations what future action we should take as an Army and various precautionary measures that should be adopted to minimize such observations in future. That report is ready”, the Commander said.

Lt. Gen Jayasuriya noted that report has recommended precautionary measures that should be adopted during a conflict. He said that the Court of Inquiry appointed by hm to inquire into the observations made by the LLRC in its report on alleged civilian casualties during the final phase of the humanitarian operation would be ready in ten days.

The Army Commander added that he would present this report to the Defence Secretary with his observations after it is presented to him by the members of the Court of Inquiry.

Lt Gen Jayasuriya appointed five member Court of Inquiry by virtue of the powers vested in the Army Commander by regulation 4 of the Courts of Inquiry Regulations read with the Regulation 02 of the Army Disciplinary Regulation. He added that he received information that this report is being finalized. The commander said that there is no restriction for the members of the Tamil community to join the Army.

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