Final hearing on LTTE ban on November 3

Published: 30th October 2012 10:57 AM  |   Last Updated: 30th October 2012 10:57 AM   |  A+A-

The three-day long tribunal hearing with regard to the ban on the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) ended here on on Monday, with tribunal head Justice V K Jain stating that a final hearing would he held at New Delhi on November 3. On Monday, the tribunal was closeted for nearly three hours.

Later, MDMK legal wing secretary G Devadoss told journalists that their party’s general secretary Vaiko would participate in the final hearing.

Earlier the Justice heard out three police personnel - Sub-Inspector Selvarani, Inspector R Venkateswaran and Srinivasan with regard to cases pertaining to the banned outfit.

From Selvarani, the Justice asked for the details pertaining to a case filed against Naam Tamilar Iyakkam leader Seeman, for his alleged comments  with regard to the killing of Sri Lankan students.

Similarly, Inspector Venkateswaran detailed the case in which the Q-branch police arrested five persons, including two Lankan refugees, with 47 walkie talkies, a Tata Sumo and `4.5 lakh in cash. Another case pertained to the arrest of Jesuraj, a member of the Tamilar Revolutionary Front, who was alleged to have close links with the LTTE.

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