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Tamil Tiger rebels training in India: Sri Lanka PM

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  1. tariqkhan18

    tariqkhan18 Major Staff Member ADMINISTRATOR

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    If this is going on in India has to immediately act. We cannot be known for carelessness. :nono:

     
  2. Optimist

    Optimist Lieutenant SENIOR MEMBER

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    There might be some refugees in TN, but training?.......i don't think so!!

    Malaysia is a safer haven for them compared to India, considering they used to get HUGE aid from there.
     
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    It is possible. There are reports of the Maoists linking up with ex-LTTE to learn tricks of guerrilla warfare. A few years back Mortar and RPG launcher casts were found from foundries around Chennai suggesting possible Maoist-LTTE nexus. Plus a lot of our south and central jungles are inaccessible where the writ of the state seldom runs.
     
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    No LTTE camps in Tamil Nadu: India

    India [ Images ] reacted strongly to Sri Lanka's [ Images ] allegations of the presence of Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam camps in the country on Thursday, and 'categorically' denied the existence of such camps in Tamil Nadu. It has also asked Colombo to 'desist from reacting to speculative and uncorroborated reports.'

    "We have seen reports from Sri Lanka referring to the Sri Lankan Prime Minister D M Jayaratne's statement in their Parliament alluding to the presence of LTTE [ Images ] training camps in Tamil Nadu. We categorically deny the existence of any such camps," said an official spokesperson in the ministry of external affairs.

    He added that the Sri Lankan government has also not taken up this issue with India. "Such a reference is indeed unfortunate and we urge them to desist from reacting to speculative and uncorroborated reports," he added.

    Jayaratne had said that Vinayagam, a former Lanka rebel heads the operations in India with the assistance of one Oslo-based Nediyavan, and added that there was a chance that India-trained LTTE cadres may carry out attacks in Sri Lanka.

    India rejects Lanka's LTTE camps claim - Rediff.com India News
     
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    UNAM 2nd Lieutant FULL MEMBER

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    there might be few refugees in tamil nadu but i m sure govt. will not allow camps to be established or operated even though there are sympathies for sri lankan tamils.
     
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