30 August 2018
The Vali North - Myliddy School will be released within a week from Sri Lankan Army occupation, Jaffna district’s government agent announced on Wednesday.
With fractions of land in Myliddy being released after 28 years of military occupation as a High Security Zone, ITAK leader Mavai Senathirajah took up requests to release the school to the Sri Lankan President, stating that local families would not be able to resettle without a functioning school.
The Jaffna District Government Agent, N. Vethanayagam, said that Sri Lanka’s Army Commander, Mahesh Senanayake had accepted the request.
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