LTTE remnants threaten Indian VVIPs
Nov 2, 2010 8:00:00 PM - aussieindolanka.com
The LTTE remnants are trying to regroup in India and are posing a threat to VVIPs, the Indian Government told a tribunal examining the extension of the ban on the outfit on November 1.
“The LTTE remnants are regrouping in India and posing a threat to the VVIPs...,” the Indian government submitted before a one-man tribunal of Justice Vikramjit Sen, The Times of India reported. Additional Solicitor General Amarjit Singh Chandhioke asserted that the India has adequate material to ban the outfit and cited several pro-LTTE articles and speeches delivered by its supporters in recent times.
The ASG read out material to show that LTTE leaders, operatives and supporters had been inimically opposed to India’s policy on their organisation, and the outfit continued its unlawful activities, using remnant cadres as well as local smugglers and pro-LTTE operatives for procuring explosives, detonators, chemicals and ammunition.