Poster blitz in Jaffna

[TamilNet, Saturday, 17 October 1998, 11:58 GMT]
The Liberation Tigers are reported to have distributed leaflets and put up wall posters in several parts of the Jaffna peninsula, asking civilians to not to stay in close proximity to Sri Lankan Army camps and sentry points.

@@file1@@The leaflet said a large scale attack, similar to the Kilinochchi attack, would be carried out in the peninsula and asked civilians to move away from the SLA camps and sentry posts.

Several community centres, village libraries have also received the leaflets.

Meanwhile posters have appeared in the Thenmaradchi division asking schools to close from October 20, said sources.

Posters have been put up in Meesalai, Varani, Kodikamam, Maravanplo, Kanakampuliyadi and Maduvil areas, they added.

Leaflets had been distributed in the Thenmaradchi division earlier asking people to move to Vadamaradchi and Valigamam divisions.

 

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