Sunday, July 27, 2008

LTTE heading for its waterloo - TDNA

The current military operations by the security forces in the Wanni have weakened the LTTE terribly and reports from Kilinochchi indicate that the outfit is in complete dissaray as they are unable to face the advancing troops, the Tamil Democratic National Alliance (TDNA) delegation led by Tamil United Liberation Front (TULF) Leader Veerasingam Anandasangari told the visiting European Union delegation.

PLOTE leader Dharmalingam Sitharthan who was associated with the TULF leader at the discussions with the EU delegation said that he insisted on the necessity of a constructive political solution to defeat the LTTE politically as well.

They also briefed the EU Parliamentarians on the human rights violations carried out by the LTTE by staging ruthless attacks on civilian targets in the North as well as in the South.

The TDNA confirmed that the Security Forces were gaining control in the LTTE’s last bastion Wanni and the outfit was heading towards its `Waterloo’, when the European Union Parliamentarians met the TDNA members in Colombo on Friday.

The TULF leader who headed the three party alliance, comprising the People’s Liberation Organisation of Tamil Eelam (PLOTE) and the Eelam People’s Revolutionary Liberation Front (Naba) told the Sunday Observer that his alliance briefed the European Union delegation on the present situation in the Wanni.

“During our discussion with the European Union Parliamentary delegation led by Robert Evans, we told them that the LTTE was now not in a position to continue with their armed struggle. Therefore, the outfit with its limited resources is heading for its `Waterloo’.

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