Batticaloa LTTE honours martyrs parents

[TamilNet, Wednesday, 24 November 2004, 12:03 GMT]
Parents of martyrs of Libertion Tigers were honoured at an event held at Batticaloa Mahajana College Hall Wednesday. Batticaloa Amparai district Head of the Women's Political Wing Ms Kuveni addressing the event told the parents that only because of the courage of their sons and daughters that Tamil people are close to reaching their goals.

Batti Heroes Day
49 black tigers from Batticaloa Amparai district died during the last 22 years of war, 47 of them men. 22 of those were Black Sea Tigers according to a recent list of statistics released by the Heroes Welfare Section of the Political Wing of the Liberation Tigers. The total for all districts was 263.

Total number of LTTE fighters for all districts was 17780, out of which 4560 were from Batticaloa Amparai district.



Batti Heroes Day


 

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