Human skeletons have been repeatedly repaired in the Mannar 'Sathosa' campus.
Excavations are underway under the supervision of Law Officer Saminda Rajapaksa under the supervision of Mannar District Magistrate R. Saravana Raja.
Today, the medical officer in charge of the excavation work has met with journalists and had a conversation with the skeleton to rescue various questions and suspicions.
During the discussion, So far 151 human beings have been identified, and 144 have been removed.
"The last few days of continuous rain peyvatan the mining operations is the difficulty found, and so on throughout the campus to close as required because of such arrangements in connection with the revealed that it had a local manufacturing of goods through secure the premises and close the inability found so from abroad the means Import ceyvatarkana preparations for accession, "he said.
At the same time, did media personnel get any trace items from the premises of the campus ? When asked if he asked.
"No forensic materials have been identified yet as yet unexplainable, but there is no accurate information about the items that belong to this type."
At the same time, an official from the US Embassy to Sri Lanka visited Mannar to visit the human grave.
ICPFJ is a strong advocate for the freedom of expression and works actively against biased journalism. The center is also committed to its mission against extremism and is part of the fight against oppressive or tyrannical regimes running the affairs of countries.
Please help further our cause by spreading the word about our work, mission and objectives.(ICPFJ)
INTERNATIONAL CENTER FOR THE PROTECTION AND FREEDOM OF JOURNALISTS