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Detail Of Terrorism Update

12/7/2012

Pakistan      Two MQM activists and a Police Constable among five persons killed in Sindh
Pakistan      Four suspected militants killed in FATA
India      Two NSCN-Khole-Kitovi cadres killed in Nagaland
India      Maoists kill villager in Chhattisgarh
India      GNLA kills coal labourer in Meghalaya
Bangladesh      One person killed in Dinajpur District
Pakistan      Death toll in suicide blast at Dhok Syedan in Punjab rises to 21
India      Pakistani Rangers violate CFA in Jammu and Kashmir
India      Road-roller set ablaze by Maoists in Andhra Pradesh
Pakistan      Terrorism bid foiled in Peshawar
Pakistan      Balochistan protests against Gebon killings
Sri Lanka      TID arrests 25 former LTTE cadres in Jaffna
Bangladesh      Seven ICS cadres and one JeI activist arrested in Gazipur and Chittagong Districts
India      Two arms smugglers who supplied arms to Maoists arrested in Bihar
Bangladesh      NBCP leader arrested along with arms in Khulna District
India      Maoist leader arrested in Assam
Bangladesh      War Crime trial proceedings against Delawar Hossain Sayedee end in ICT-1
Pakistan      Lahore High Court adjourns hearing on JuD chief Hafiz Muhammad Saeed's petition
India      Maoists in Odisha ask locals to quit Police job
Pakistan      TTP set to get a 'moderate' chief, says report
Nepal      Major parties fail to reach consensus







 
Sri Lanka
TID arrests 25 former LTTE cadres in Jaffna

Terrorist Investigation Division (TID) has arrested 25 former Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) cadres in Northern Province, BBC News reported on December 6. Police are also reportedly hunting several students.

Police spokesman Prishantha Jayakody said that 10 suspects, all of them accused of "terrorist activities" with the LTTE before 2009, were detained in the Jaffna District on December 5. But the head of the Police's TID, Chandra Wakista said that as many as 20 to 25 had been detained. Separately, sources in Jaffna University say the Police have given them a list of 10 students they want to arrest.

Daily Mirror adds that 10 former LTTE cadres were taken into custody by the TID in Jaffna on the basis of intelligence reports. Most of the information was gathered from fellow cadres currently in custody with the Police.

Meanwhile, leader of the Democratic People's Front (DPF), Mano Ganeshan said the Tamil people have been deprived of the right to commemorate their dead on the Martyr's Day also known as Mahaveer Day, reports Colombo Page.  He demanded that Tamil people need to be given the right to commemorate their dead fighters.

Further, Sri Lanka Government has made arrangements to employ 400 rehabilitated cadres of the LTTE as pre-school teachers. These pre-school teachers are to be put in service in Kilinochchi and Mullaitivu Districts.

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