Saturday, January 24, 2009

Tamil Nadu police tightens coastal security

The former second-in-command leader of the release Tigers of Tamil Eelam and at present Member of Parliament of the government Karuna Amman alias Vinayagamoorthi Muralitharan said in Colombo that in spite of dissimilar speculations LTTE leader Velupillai Prabhakaran is still beating himself in the thickets of Wanni and he had not left Sri Lanka so distant.
Speaking from his information Muralidarran said according to the in order he had conventional the LTTE leader is still in Sri Lanka. "This time he would not be able to stay alive and he is really trapped by the safety forces", MP Muralithran said.
MP Muralitharan said, "It will be hard for him to stay alive now that the Army is following him," and added he is simply beating himself in a Northern tropical forest. The quandary of Prabhakaran began after the Sri Lankan Army occupied 95 percent of the land Prabhakaran occupied before.
But taking no odds Indian safety services intensified their vigil amidst information of Prabhakaran trying to reach a third state through India. Director General of Police K.P. Jain was quoted having said that the whole police force was put on alert in view of the developments in Sri Lanka.
"We are aware of what is occurrence in Sri Lanka and safety has been stepped up so," he said.
In Chennai a far above the ground level gathering of Department heads has been conveyed to tell them all pertinent in order should be shared with in the middle of security agencies. The police said all roads most important to coastal areas are being surveyed by the police.

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