27 April 2013
Notices announcing the Sri Lankan state's acquisition of 526 acres in Keppapilavu and Mullaitivu have appeared reports the Uthayan.
The proposed land grab is the latest in a marked expansion of the Sri Lankan state's programme of acquisition of private land in the North-East.
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