UPDATE: Video: Army rejects the latest Channel 4 video.
The Army says that the latest video about Sri Lanka , Britain’s Channel Four has released, has been produced aiming at the UN Human Rights Council Session.
Military media spokesman Brigadier Ruwan Wanigasuriya said that the latest video was no different from the other videos Channel Four had telecast earlier.
Similarly the military spokesman severely rejected the charges levelled through the latest Channel Four video.
UPDATE: Tuesday, 11 March 2014 - 07:59 AM ---------------------------------------------- Another Channel 4 video against Sri Lanka
Britain’s Channel Four has launched another video derogatory to the Sri Lankan security forces.
Channel Four’s view is that this video film conveys a meaning different from other previously published videos.
Speaking about this video, Channel Four journalist Callum Macray said that the time frame during which these scenes had been videoed could not definitively be stated.
However Callum Macray has also said that it could be concluded that these video scenes had been videoed during the last phase of the war.
Reports say that through the newest video includes a series of scenes about Sri Lankan military forces behaving in an unsightly manner in front of a group of dead bodies of female LTTE cadres.
The Sri Lankan High Commission in London had issued a communiqué about this.
The release said that this was the newest endeavour of Channel Four which had been constantly trying to insult the Sri Lankan security forces.
The High Commission says that the statement by Callum Macray that it could not definitively be stated during which time frame these scenes had been videoed itself indicate that footage is false.
The communiqué further says that videos like this released by LTTE sympathizers like Channel Four try to suppress the programme carried out by the Sri Lankan Government to bring about stable peace and reconciliation.
The High Commission in London says further that it condemns these extremist attempts continuously being carried out by Channel Four.