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That controversial filmmaker Prassanna Vithanage of Purahanda Kaluwara fame notoriety? But even he fought shy of making a film about it. Then came this current peace lull. There is suddenly this newfound interest in the lives of the people of the North and the East and the immediate borders. There is so much interest in the fate of children affected by the war that someone said recently that it is time to "save the children from Save the Children. It is made in a metaphorical sense.
It is metaphor for the sudden and almost voyeuristic interest that the international community and the do-gooders have shown in the lives of those affected by the Sri Lankan conflict. This so-called sex industry in the border areas has been known for a long time. It catered mainly to the soldiers. It is also known that there was tacit encouragement of the brothel trade on the part of the armed forces.
That's nothing new either. Almost all major military installations in the United States or instance, have established brothel communities in adjacent towns, even though prostitution is illegal in all of the United States except in the state of Nevada.
The women in the border areas and in many of the rural Sri Lankan sector - border or otherwise - are impoverished. Therefore these women saw economic opportunity in the red lights districts of Anuradhapura, situated right there in the sacred city within a stone's throw from the Sri Mahabodhi. The authorities stopped a thermal power plant in Anuradhapura on the grounds that it will endanger and pollute the Sri Mahabodhi environs.
But the authorities could take no such steps to outlaw the proliferating incidence of prostitution. The "industry'' acquired a momentum of its own, with the state seeing almost a moral obligation in "looking after'' the soldiers. Now, they think the war is over.