Heroes day memorial exhibition opened in Batticaloa

[TamilNet, Saturday, 22 November 2003, 18:30 GMT]
A memorial exhibition displaying framed pictures of more than 3500 Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) martyrs in a well lit memorial hall of Batticaloa Mahajana College was opened for public Saturday, sources in Batticaloa said.

Leader of LTTE, Velupillai Pirapaharan, had his primary education in Mahajana College, according to LTTE sources.



Heroes Day Exhibition
More than 3500 photographs of the LTTE fighters died in action are displayed at the exhibition.



Batticaloa-Amparai Head of LTTE Political Section, E.Kausalyan, Head of LTTE Intelligence Wing, Ramanan, Head of LTTE Administration, Prabha, Head of LTTE Economic Development Wing, Nizam, Commander Ram, Government Officials and several LTTE cadres participated in the inauguration ceremony.

Batticaloa town is decorated with yellow and orange flags and ceremonial archs have been erected at key road junctions.

Sources said Batticaloa Police are cooperating with the Heroes week organizers in regulating traffic and providing security.

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