LTTE official journal launched on Internet

[TamilNet, Sunday, 11 September 2005, 15:47 GMT]
"Viduthalaipulikal" - the LTTE journal has been made available on the Internet as from Sunday. A complete set of the Tamil journal dating back from 1984 is now accessible on the Internet for readers, according to LTTE sources in Kilinochchi.

The latest issue of the July-August discusses extensively the current political situation in the island, the emergency laws, the "bewildered state" of the Kumaratunga government, upstaging of Mahinda Rajapakse on the southern political arena, resurgence of the spirit of the Tamil nationalism in the Vavuniya Proclamation and the predicament of the paramilitary forces, among the rest.

The availability of "Viduthalaipulikal" on the Internet provides an insight into the official stand of the LTTE on various topics affecting the Tamil nation and the island of Sri Lanka, the sources added.


External Links:
LTTE: Viduthalaipulikal

 

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