LTTE arrests Karuna group member with claymore mine

[TamilNet, Saturday, 08 July 2006, 15:44 GMT]
LTTE cadres Saturday morning around 11 a.m. arrested a cadre of Karuna paramilitary group working in collaboration with the Sri Lanka Army (SLA) inside the LTTE held Eachchilampathu division in Trincomalee district, LTTE sources said.

Karuna paramilitary group member identified as Jeya of Puthur, Kathiraveli in Batticaloa district was in possession of a claymore mine, a roll of wire and detonator at that time of arrest, LTTE sources further said.

Jeya under interrogation had told LTTE cadres that he had been sent on the orders of one Riyaseelan, now being called as Bandara, to penetrate into LTTE held Eachchilampathu in a clandestine mission to target LTTE senior leaders in the area. Jeya is now under LTTE custody, sources said.


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