The Sunday Leader

No Pro-LTTE Events In North

The police had not received any complaints on Friday during the remembrance day events held to mark the Tamils killed during the war. Speaking to The Sunday Leader, police spokesman ASP Ruwan Gunasekera said that the Tamil people had the right to commemorate their loved ones and the police had no issue with that, as long as the events were not held in support of the LTTE.

Both Christian and Hindu rituals were held in the North in remembrance of the dead with the participation of TNA Northern Provincial Council member M. K. Sivajilingam.

 

 

3 Comments for “No Pro-LTTE Events In North”

  1. Malin

    How about the de-banned Tamil diaspora organisations? They had celebrated Mahavir day with LTTE flags fluttering in Sydney & Melbourne. May be in other countries like USA,, Canada,,UK , France & other European countries too. Has the Government called for a feed back from the respective High Commissions & Embassies??

  2. saliya

    what bull shit

  3. visu8

    “I won’t compromise national security”…. and then MY3 release all the hard-core terrorists involved in the World Trade Center (SL) bombing, suicide attacks on SF and GR, the murderers of Lakshman Kadirgarmar, and so the list goes on…
    While all the countries in the World are trying to curb terrorism by detaining terrorists, you release them. You and your ‘government’ are taking the country backwards, one day at a time.

    They killed a govt supporter in the University of Jaffna, during the mahaviru celebrations, and put his body on the railway tracks.

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