LTTE warns collaboration

[TamilNet, Sunday, 12 April 1998, 23:59 GMT]
The Liberation Tigers put up printed posters in the Vadamaradchi and Thenmaradchi divisions of the Jaffna peninsula this weekend warning people who give information to the Sri Lankan army about their activities. The posters appeared in areas which are under the control of the Sri Lankan army overnight.

Sri Lankan Police sources in Chavakachcheri said that the posters might be a prelude to an increase in LTTE activities in their sector in the coming months.

They said that there have been regular reports of infiltration by small but well armed groups of Tigers in the Thenmaradchi sector, particularly through areas like Usan.

The LTTE poster titled 'Final Warning' says -

"It is certain that the foreign army which is occupying our land will be driven out very soon. In the meantime, some civilians are engaged in betraying the people and the land for the sake of petty benefits from the army. There wont be any pardon for those who engage in such activities in the future. We wish to inform you again that this is our final warning". -The Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam."

 

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