LTTE denies SLBC report on Kurankupanchan camp

[TamilNet, Tuesday, 29 July 2003, 18:25 GMT]
Refuting a news report carried by the State run Sri Lanka Broadcasting Corporation (SLBC) on its Tuesday night news broadcast, which said that the head of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam, Mr. S.P. Thamilchelvan, had arrived at Sampur in the LTTE held Muttur east and was holding discussions with his cadres about dismantling the Kurankupanchan camp, the Trincomalee district political office of the LTTE told TamilNet that its Kurankupanchan camp is still located at the same place without any change, and the report was completely false.

The SLBC report said that Mr.Thamilchelvan had arrived at Sampur Tuesday by Sri Lankan Air Force helicopter and was holding discussions with his cadres on dismantling the Kurankupanchan camp on the orders of the LTTE leader.

The Trincomalee district political office of the LTTE immediately denied the SLBC report, saying it was completely false, and in fact Mr. Thamilchelvan has not arrived at Sampur and the Kurankupanchan camp is still standing at the same place.


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