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Thursday, 23 August 2012 - 18:59
Sri Lankan Ministry of External Affairs denies any credibility concerning report compiled by missilethreat.com
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The Ministry of External Affairs vehemently denies any degree of veracity in the report published by Missile Threat.Com which goes onto state that India had stationed its long range Agni type Missile system, which can target any military or any other installation in South Asia, targeting Sri Lanka's strategic institutions.

According to the report published by Missile Threat.Com, theIndian missile system targeted Sri Lanka's Colombo and Hambantota Ports, Katunayake, Ratmalana and Mattala Air Ports, Military Headquarters, Puttalam Coal plant and Kerawalapitiya-Kelanitissa oil fired Power Plants among others.

MissileThreat.com, the website of a project administered by the California-based American conservative think tank Claremont Institute said this sensitive defence related information was revealed when the Indian Intelligence Agency's Research and Analysing Wing 'RAW' sacked its high ranking officer, Amreet Ahluwalia from his posting as Beijing Chief in China.

According to the report India has used the Tamil issue to get more economic benefits from Sri Lanka while opposing every move of the Chinese Investors. Exclusive Free Trade Zone in Trinco for India and the Catic deal in Colombo have been cited as the most recent.

The report also reveals a secret plan of India and the US joining to cut off China's supply route from Iran-Pakistan-Sri Lanka -Bangladesh and Myanmar.

However The Ministry of External Affairs denies any and all allegations raised against India in this regard.

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