Written by Staff Writer
11 Apr, 2015 | 2:05 pm
The general amnesty period facilitating absentees of the military to receive their discharge from the Army will end on Thursday, April 16.
Acting Military Spokesperson Brigadier Jayanath Jayaweera said that 10,200 army deserters have now arrived at their respective regimental centres
Speaking further, he said that accordingly these regiment centres acted swiftly to grant these military personnel their letters of discharge from the Army.
Brigadier Jayanath Jayaweera went on to note that as for those military personnel who do not report to their respective regiment centres, the Army will be compelled to take legal action against them, where they will be listed as a wanted Army deserter. He added that it must be noted that following the conclusion of this amnesty period, this law will come into effect.
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