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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2397

LTTE ordered several INGOs to leave Vanni

By Ruwan Weerakoon in Colombo

Colombo, 01 January,(Asiantribune.co): reports reaching Colombo reveals that LTTE has ordered some of INGO"s located on Kilinochi and Mulathivu to vacate. It is said that LTTE believes that vital information's are leaked to Sri Lanka Air Force by INGO"s located in Kilinochi.

Intelligence reports and information provided by civilians in the area confirm that the misery brought upon the Tamil community by the LTTE living in the Visvamadhu area in Wanni has made them physically retaliate against them.

According to a report by the Media Centre for National Security, Three incidents of hostile reaction from the Tamil community against the LTTE have been reported from the Wanni area. Two LTTE carders were hacked to death using sharp weapons by enraged relatives and friends of a fallen terrorists when they attended his funeral in Suthanthirapuranm, in the Vanni area.

A group of LTTE cadres who had visited the house of a LTTE cadre who had been killed in Mullayaaveli, in the Visvamadhu area were severely assaulted by the villagers. According to Intelligence sources who confirmed by information provided by civilians that the group of LTTE cadres had visited the house with rupees 10,000 to pay the parents as compensation.

In another incident, a distraught mother in Unit 3, Mullayaaveli, located in Viswamadhu had committed suicide when she heard her only son who had been forcibly recruited by the LTTE was killed.

The Security forces have been provided with information by civilians of the Tamil community regarding LTTE activities and their weapons caches, explosive dumps and military hardware. They have now resorted to physical action against the LTTE organization as they believe that after over two decades of armed conflict the Tamil people have got only misery. They have also been harassed and are not able to live peacefully in their villages with their children.

- Asian Tribune -

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