Mar 22, 2009

Srilanka Rejects LTTE's appeal for ceasefire

Srilanka Government says NO to the LTTE's appeal for an immediate ceasefire.
Earlier, the Political Commissar of the LTTE, B. Nadesan has asked for an immediate ceasefire from the Srilanka Government in an interview with UK's 'Sunday Times' News Paper.

Srilankan Government claimed that LTTE Leader V. Prabakaran and his son Charles Anthony still trapped in Government declared No War Zone and there's no way to hide out or escape from their in.
Nadesan ridiculously attempting for a ceasefire at the last moment to save his leader and Charles Anthony. If Nadesan really wants to safeguard Prabakaran and his son, ask them for surrender to Srilanka ARMY. Srilankan government officials said.

Recently IDP's who were fled from government declared north No War Zone, has confirmed that they have seen LTTE Leader Prabakaran and his son Charles Anthony traveling along the No War Zone.

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