East development review before Sub-Committee meet

[TamilNet, Friday, 15 November 2002, 22:37 GMT]
Three Tamil Parliamentarians and political officials of the Liberation Tigers Of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) from the eastern province are meeting in Kilinochchi Saturday to review development needs of the eastern districts in preparation for the forthcoming meeting of the Sub-Committee for Rehabilitation and Resettlement scheduled for Monday, 18 November, sources said.

Member of Parliament Ampara district Chandra Nehru, Member of Parliament Trincomalee district K. Thurairetnasingam, LTTE head of political division Batticaloa-Ampara division Kausalyan, LTTE head of political section Trincomalee district Tilak, Attorney at Law and member of the Sri Lanka Monitoring Mission (SLMM) K. Sivapalan and Batticaloa Member of Parliament Joseph Pararajasingam have been invited to attend, sources close to the LTTE said.

Mr. Pararajasingam is expected to travel to Kilinochchi tomorrow with Murali, Treasurer of Tamil National Alliance, Vavuniya branch. All others are already in Kilinochchi, sources said.

 

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