Hunt for foreign Tigers
Jul 22, 2010 8:00:00 PM - aussieindolanka.com
The defence ministry says intelligent agencies together with INTERPOL have launched a coordinated effort to bust the foreign based LTTE international terror network and arrest wanted LTTE terror sleuths.
According to the defence ministry intelligent agencies have already unearthed vital information into the remaining LTTE international terror activists engaged in human trafficking, arms smuggling and financial frauds bases in East Asia, Western Europe, Canada and Africa.
Defence official are monitoring the movements Sivarasa Pirundaban alias Achchudan alias Suresh, Bahitharan alias Bhavi, Narendran Rathnasabapathi alias Naren, Ganeshruban alias Ruban and Ponnaiah Anandarajah alias Aiyya alias Rajah and a few more LTTE activists who are connected to arms procurement, transshipping while poising as businessmen.
A recent recovery made by the Sri Lankan military intelligence at Visuamdu of highly classified documents and diary notes of Castro, a one time head of the LTTE’s international wing has provided much light into the terror outfit overseas based operatives and clandestine funding agencies.
This includes a number of documents related to LTTE investments and transactions connected to LTTE shipping operations and business ventures overseas, the defence ministry said.
Information reveals that Ponniah Anandarajah alias Rajah alias Ayyah, operated as the head of the LTTE’s international procurements while Anandarajah was reported to be the head of the LTTE’s financial, procurement and shipping network since 2002/03.