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The clear target of the battle was the Elephant Pass.
The three main FDLs, Muhamalai, Nagarcoil and Kilali Forward Defense Lines, in Jaffna district, were hit at the same time along with the FDLs in Vavuniya and Mannar districts.
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The 2008–2009 SLA Northern offensive was an armed conflict in the northern Province of Sri Lanka between the military of Sri Lanka and the separatist Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE).
On February 20, SLA forces staged their most intense attack yet on the LTTE bunker lines.
In heavy fighting 92 rebels and 3 soldiers were killed according to the government.
In its plans the SLA adopted new operation tactics and strategic approaches.
But the LTTE soon started a withdrawal towards Iluppakkadavai as it came under heavy artillery and rocket fire.
On January 2, 2008, the government of Sri Lanka unilaterally withdrew from the Ceasefire Agreement (CFA), signed on February 22, 2002, with the Tamil Tigers.
According to Keheliya Rambukwella, a spokesman for the government on defence issues, the "Government of Sri Lanka decided to officially withdraw from the Ceasefire Agreement since it is futile to continue with the Ceasefire with no indication that LTTE is willing to enter the peace path." This set the stage for the Army's attack on the Forward Defence Lines (FDL) in the island's north.
Over the next weeks and months army units were sent toward LTTE bunker lines in attempts to destroy LTTE bunker positions.
By the end of February, although the SLA managed to destroy at least 250 LTTE bunkers they were only able to advance a few kilometers into rebel territory.
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Some 20 SLA soldiers and more than 100 Tigers were killed during the battle for the town.