(G.N.S) Dt. 10 Colombo A military officer has been appointed as the chief of the country’s top intelligence agency, it has been for the first time in Sri Lanka’s history, which was blamed for failing to prevent the devastating Easter terror attack that killed more than 250 people in April. Brigadier Suresh Sallay, the former director of the Military Intelligence, has been appointed as the chief of the State Intelligence
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