Col. Kittu remembered in Kilinochchi

[TamilNet, Wednesday, 17 January 2007, 05:02 GMT]
The 14th anniversary remembrance of Colonel Kittu and other fighters were remembered at the statue of late Lt. Colonel Kuttisri in Paranthan junction, Kilinochchi around 8:45 a.m. Tuesday. Colonel Kittu and nine other LTTE members who died exploding an LTTE vessel, when the Indian Navy cordoned off the vessel in which they were sailing to Sri Lanka on 16 January 1993. Kittu was the head of the LTTE's International Secretariat at the time of his death.

Senthil, an official from Batticaloa district command office


Senthil, an official from Batticaloa district command office lit the flame of sacrifice and garlanded the portrait of Lt. Colonel Kuttisri and Lt. Colonel Gobith, the Special commander of Charles Antony Special Brigade. C. Ilamparuthi, the Political Head of Jaffna district, garlanded the portrait of Colonel Kittu and other fighters.

 

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