Security boost for PresidentA?a??a??s chopper entourage

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The Nation The Air Force has decided to take additional security precautions in an attempt to ward off any unwarranted incidents in the future, following last weekA?a??a??s incident in Arugam Bay, when President Mahinda RajapaksaA?a??a??s support helicopter came under LTTE fire.

A?a??A?There are very few precautions that can be taken, such as employing tactical flying methods in the future as an additional security measure, in order to avert such incidents,A?a??A? Air Force Spokesman Wing Commander Janaka Nanayakkara told The Nation.

Speaking to The Nation, Police Spokesman SSP Ranjith Gunasekera said that Ampara SSP Ananda Wijesuriya was heading the investigations into the incident and that there had been no breakthrough.

He further said that the Police and the Army should take safety measures on the ground to prevent such incidents since the area is a government-controlled, cleared area.

Meanwhile, Military Spokesman Udaya Nanayakkara told The Nation that there were some precautions that could be taken to prevent such incidents but not all such precautions would be successful since the LTTE could sometimes infiltrate to carry out attacks in spite of the security measures.


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