Investigations reveal Sri Lanka Guardian Editor R&AW spies in New Delhi and Chennai
By a Special Correspondent in Colombo
Colombo, 23 March, (Asiantribune.com): Investigations done by Asian Tribune shows that the Colombo based editor of the Sri Lanka Guardian who has taken a new contract of defending allegedly corrupt diplomats at the Sri Lanka High Commission in London has traveled to Chennai and New Delhi last January for detailed discussions with India's Research and Analysis Wing (R&AW) operators who are in charge of Sri Lanka.
The investigations show that the chief operator of the Sri Lanka Guardian, Nilantha Illangamuwa traveled to India to meet the R&AW spy B. Raman, and held a four hour long discussion in the Tamil Nadu capital of Chennai about ways and means of how to impose the research and analysis plan to install politicians using diplomats, local politicians and "Human rights activists" to form pro-Indian power cells especially in the North and Eastern Provinces of the country.
To use London based Tamil groups with the help of Sri Lankan diplomats to fill the vacuum by creating another Vardharaja Perumal generation of politicians was the main topic of the discussions they have had, informed sources said.
" (He) took dinner with B.Raman at residential Tower hotel, one of the best hotels in Chennai. It was serious meeting (that lasted) four hours (and centered on the) next R&AW's plans in Sri Lanka", the source told the Asian Tribune.
Two notorious spies, B. Raman and R. Hariharan are two main columnists of the shadowy website called Sri Lanka Guardian that was specially setup to serve the R&AW, that had been in charge of India's dirty work in the island nation during the long drawn terrorist uprising led by the LTTE. RAW slowed down when their Frankenstein Monster back fired after LTTE Supremo Velupillai Prabhakaran and his intelligence chief Pottuamman successfully conspired to assassinate India's Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi, utilizing the privileges granted to them by the R&AW.
While Hariharan served as the intelligence chief of the Indian Peace Keeping Forces in Sri Lanka Raman personally planned some of the biggest civilian massacres like the Anuradhapura Sri Maha Bodhi massacre and Pettah Bus Stand massacre to bring down the then regime of J.R.Jayewardene to its knees bringing him under pressure to sign
the ill fated Indo-Lanka agreement. Hariharan few weeks ago was scheduled to fly to London to have detailed discussions with the LTTE elements but had to turn back when his visa was denied at New Delhi.
In January Illangamuwa , the editor of the shadowy website, Sri Lanka Guardian went to New Delhi from Colombo on a special invitation by the Research and Analysis Wing, our informants alleged.
Our informants said that after the meeting with Raman he traveled together with the spy Raman and visited Subramaniyan Swamy, the maverick Indian politician and the leader of the Janata Party.
The sources said, Illangamuwa had also taken a domestic flight to New Delhi to meet certain other officials of the Research and Analysis Wing, India's equivalent of the CIA.
The informant said, "While there had been spies who have been doing this kind of dirty work all throughout history to sell their motherland it is regretful that now corrupt diplomats paid by our own tax payers have retained those traitors."
The main purpose of the noble campaign instituted by Asian Tribune is not to defend the traitorous distracters and their vituperative and machination’s but to continues with the aim of containing the march and propaganda disinformation campaign let loose by the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam against Sri Lanka and its elected government through the newly found deceptive operatives R&AW agents and LTTE’s double agents.
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