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Malice aforethought of the LTTE - D. Sithadthan

[b]Malice aforethought of the LTTE - D. Sithadthan[/b]

[b]Colombo, 12 March, (Asiantribune.com):[/b] In a hard-hitting statement, D. Sithadthan, Leader of the People Liberation Organization of Eelam has blamed the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam, the Tamil rebel outfit for its opportunistic stance and for its contempt and malice towards other rival Tamil groups in the country.

Sithadthan, in his statement has blamed that it has become a habit for LTTE to portray and maliciously blame all other Tamil parties time and again as traitors, fifth columns or collaborators, whenever there is a failure or military defeats on their part or any other organization which refuses to play second fiddle to them.

While describing the advent of the word "Paramilitary", he said, "In the CFA (Cease-fire Agreement) document of Feb 2002, the term "Paramilitary" was tossed in by the Norwegian and LTTE, and endorsed by the then Sri Lankan government."

He clarified that the term "Paramilitary" used in the CFA has been misunderstood and often misinterpreted. Since CFA, pro-LTTE medias use this term with malice aforethought to justify the killings by the LTTE.

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