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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2524

Air attack by LTTE has brought endless joy and happiness to Tamils all over the world – P. Nedumaran

Chemmai, 27 March, (Asiantribune.com): The news that two flights belonging to Tamileelam Air Force for the very first time flew into Colombo bombing and heavily damaging the Sinhala Air Force base and returned back to base has brought boundless joy and happiness to the Tamils living all over the world. P. Nedumaran,   leader of the Tamilar Desiya Iyakkam of Tamil Nadu:”Now those involved in reproofing the Tamil Tigers are flabbergasted and remain spellbound after the air attack.”P. Nedumaran, leader of the Tamilar Desiya Iyakkam of Tamil Nadu:”Now those involved in reproofing the Tamil Tigers are flabbergasted and remain spellbound after the air attack.”

In a statement P. Nedumaran, leader of the Tamilar Desiya Iyakkam of Tamil Nadu, pointed out that for the last five years, Liberation Tigers very strictly adhered to the Ceasefire Agreement. However he alleged that the Sinhala Army often violated it, also it attacked indiscriminately the Tamil areas with aerial bombardments, mortar shells and was involved in the killing of the Tamils in large numbers.

Nedumaran further said that though the Liberation Tigers, as well as the International Community repeatedly brought to the notice of the atrocities inflicted on the Tamils, there was no favorable response forthcoming.

Justifying the air attack, Nedumaran said that no one is qualified to either condemn or rebuke the attack by the Tamil Tigers.

Despite the provocations for the last several months, Liberation Tigers exercised patience he said. Because of this, Tigers experienced losses, he added. Subsequently assuming that Tigers were weakened, selected media organizations and a few leaders in India began their anti-tiger tirades vigorously.

Now those involved in reproofing the Tamil Tigers are flabbergasted and remain spellbound after the air attack, Nedumaran said.

India must remember that liberation Tigers at no given time was weakened, but they have grown strength to strength, Nedumaran emphasized.

He urged the international community in general and India in particular to come forward to reprimand Sri Lanka government and insist it to take necessary steps to bring solution to the impending ethnic issues in the country.

- Asian Tribune -

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