The Mullaitivu Magistrate today banned holding any pro-LTTE remembrance events in the Mullaitivu police division for 14 days starting from May 18, the Police said.
They said that police obtained this order from the Court following reports that Tamil National People’s Front (TNPF) planning to hold an LTTE-remembrance event at Mullivaikal on May 18.
Meanwhile, Tamil Canadian website said that the TNPF has received a letter from the Mullaitivu Magistrate’s Court that banning the organisation from hosting a Mullivaikal remembrance event on May 18th.
Yuri Sunday, 17 May 2015 01:08
Can they Ban from Tamil Hearts ?
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Nims Sunday, 17 May 2015 03:17
Those killed were the worst ever terrorists the World has seen during the past few decades. It is not a secret to anyone. If someone can justify this he or she should justify commemorating Bin Laden too
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Sonali Sunday, 17 May 2015 20:04
You can see the LTTE terrorist by all the negative responses.
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Pasel Sunday, 17 May 2015 03:46
This means the court order blindly saying who died in the war allow them are LTTE
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Suq Madique Sunday, 17 May 2015 03:58
Good decision. Let them go to Tamil nadu if they want to celebrate the tigers death anniversary.
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Rav Sunday, 17 May 2015 05:24
Very Good move by the Magistrate. Please forget the past and look forward to a new era in Sri Lanka.
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wtf Sunday, 17 May 2015 08:43
Sooo... Does this mean this event is fine after 14days or outside that area??? Wow well done yahapalanaya.. Just over 100 days and close to starting another war!!
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dilip Sunday, 17 May 2015 19:17
Thank you Sir. The magistrate of Mullaitivu.we need correct people like you in Colombo.
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Ganesha Monday, 18 May 2015 03:23
Suq Who are you to decide and suggest what the Tamils whose relatives lost their lives should do and should not do. Idiot mind your own business nutty fellow
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