4 December, 2020

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Video: Life After Menik Farm

The Government opened the 700-hectare Menik Farm in Northern Sri Lanka’s Vavuniya district as an IDP site in 2009, and at its peak, later that year, it held 225,000 people. Over the past few weeks despite restrictions imposed-journalists and civil society activists have been reporting on the living conditions of the most recent batch of displaced persons from Menik Farm.

By Young Asia Televsion –

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ucwaIvfb7V0&feature=channel&list=UL

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    True relocaion would be the return of all IDPs to their original homes.
    But in many cases,this is impossible as army has taken over the developed land areas for unknown reasons.
    This is the crux of the problem.

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    Every action will have an equvalent opposit reaction. The criminals can be happy for some time. But justice will prevail at last by the grace of ALMIGHTY GOD. THE JUDGEMENT DAY IS NEARING. IT IS TIME TO REPENT AND CORRECT THE WRONG DEEDS.

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