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Tuesday, 22 September 2015 - 19:35
Permission for Wijeweera’s family to stay in Welisara camp for another 6 months.
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President Maithripala Sirisena has instructed relevant authorities to allow the family of the late Rohana Wijeweera, founding leader of the JVP, to stay six more months at the Welisara Navy Camp.

Sri Lanka Navy spokesman Commander Indika de Silva stated that the President had taken the decision following discussions with the national Security Council.

The wife of the founder of JVP Rohana Wijeweera, Chitrangani Wijeweera said that she wrote her grievances to the President and the Prime Minister.

Speaking to our news team, Chirtrangani Wijeweera said that her family has been asked by the authorities to vacate the quarters in which her family is currently occupying at the Navy Camp in Welisara before October 1st.

Chitrangani Wijeweera and her five children surrendered to Army Headquarters on November 19th of 1989.



Update : Wednesday, 23 September 2015 - 09:09
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Rohana Wijeweera’s wife writes her grievances to the President and the Prime Minister

The wife of the founder of JVP Rohana Wijeweera, Chitrangani Wijeweera said that she wrote her grievances to the president and the prime minister.

Speaking to our news team, Chirtrangani Wijeweera said that her family has been asked by the authorities to vacate the quarters in which her family is currently occupying at the Navy Camp in Welisara before October 1st.

Chitrangani Wijeweera and her five children surrendered to Army Headquarters on November 19th of 1989.

She was expecting her sixth child at the time of the surrender.

The eldest daughter of Rohana Wijeweera is Dasun Isha and she was born in 1981.

Second daughter Supun Thyaga was born in 1982 and the third daughter Maya Vibhuthi was born in 1984.

The fourth in the family Ama Sasiri was born in 1987 and son Upul Vidura was born in 1988 and the youngest is Supul.

After surrendering, they were sent to the special protection home of the Trincomalee Navy Base.

Later they were transferred to live in the Navy Camp at Welisara.

During their stay in Welisara, eldest daughter Dasun Isha was remanded following a dispute with her mother and the brother.

Four children, except eldest daughter Dasun Isha and elder son Uvindu Vidura, are currently occupied with their mother Chitrangani in the quarters of Welisara Navy Camp.
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