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Monday, 19 February 2007 - 4:05 PM SL Time
tamil analyst have discribe these pictures as srilankan government desparation.
1, steel balls imported from india.
these steel balls are imported from india not for tigers. it is for srilankan government propaganda .
srilankan government have tried so hard to get the defence pact signed with india it tried all ways now they are trying to use Dogclass to do the doggy work for him.
they hired some indian fisherman to hire these and paid them large amount of money and delibaraetely let it catch by indian navy and desparate photo shoots are also shown.
it is to show indian government to act tough in indian water or agree to joint border control and defence pact.
in the last few month srilanakn inteligent networks are in mission to draw a picture
will indian be fooled by sinhala government again?
2nd picture large containers of C 4
first question to be asked if LTTE own these things how did it come there?
are they few years old?
how such big containers stored in this house? how did they bring there?
are LTTE stupid to store all of them in one house? openly in hallway?
question gives more questions.
1 , it could be a fesh delivery from government to paramilitary.
2,justify defence budget mahinda wanted to show a threat.
3, is it a livery for LTTE by srilankan army
4, dispute of payments by LTTE to srilankan army led to this exposure
one analyst said
certainly thise big boxes of punnaku is good well delivered to mass.
and they pointed out Comic keheliyas comments ` it will blow the whole jaffna` i wonder how many army deserted after seeing this.
if LTTE could bring fresh delivery of this kind into 1000 places in colombo?
mahinda chintana will be implemented.
mahida chinatana = disaster
ajan /picture bt LNP
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|19 Feb 2007 12:40:11 GMT Report for Abuse
|Through back door to defence cooperation.
Step up naval surveillance in common waters: Colombo
hindu.com, Feb 17, 2007. COLOMBO: Concerned over the large-scale resumption of smuggling of arms and ammunition by the LTTE from India, the Sri Lanka Government has sought heightened naval surveillance in the common waters between the two countries.