It is reported that Sri Lankan Air Force claims that the combat troops are on alert twenty-four hours a knock due to unknown lights that were observed in several areas of the state.
Press Secretary of the Air Force of Sri Lanka, Squadron sirasa Zhalaldin (Shiras Jalaldeen) said that so far no unidentified aircraft had not been fixed radars.
Meanwhile, unidentified lights were observed in the sky over several parts of the country earlier this week.
The phenomenon observed in Hambegamuva (Hambegamuwa) in Tanamalvila (Thanamalwila).
Recording on a mobile phone were also made in the skies over Ambalanthota (Ambalanthota) and in other regions.
It also asked the Ministry of Public Health. It called on citizens to inform the Medical Research Institute in the case of some unidentified object will be seen in the sky.
The Ministry states that the land under the place where the object landed, should be thoroughly studied.
The ministry said that if an unknown metal or debris on the ground, must not be touched, and the Institute for Medical Research is to be informed immediately.
Meanwhile, the Medical Research Institute has taken steps to collect all the information about the observations of unknown lights in the sky over the country and transmitted data to Professor Chandra Wickramasinghe, Director of the Buckingham Centre astro-biology in the United Kingdom, which is currently in Sri Lanka.