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Jaffna Civil Society Centre demonstrates against TNA, LTTE


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The Jaffna Civil Society Centre, a movement headed by Arun Siddharth, demonstrated yesterday criticising the actions of the Tamil National Alliance (TNA) and the LTTE. 

Mr Siddharth who spoke at the demonstration urged the International Community not to fall for the claims of TNA politicians. He said that the TNA members never advocated Human Rights and freedom of people. He said there was no freedom and democracy in the north before 2009, and that the LTTE carried out all forms of atrocities. “Our aspirations and grievances have not been addressed by the Tamil politicians,” he said.

TALAWAKELLE-LINDULA PS CHAIRMAN RESIGNS The Central Province Governor had appointed a commission to inquire into several allegations against the PS Chairman and suspended him from the post. The outgoing chairman said he handed over a copy of the resignation to the Nuwara Eliya Asst. Commissioner of Elections. He said he came to power in the Pradeshiya Sabha as an independent candidate and that the undue interference of SLPP leaders in the Nuwara Eliya District compelled him to resign. He said he would join hands with leader of Samagi Jana Balawegaya, Sajith Premadasa and contest the next Provincial Council election. Two arrested

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