LTTE arrests PULIDEVAN, Director LTTE Peace Secretariat for spying - Sri Lanka Guardian

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Monday, June 2, 2008

LTTE arrests PULIDEVAN, Director LTTE Peace Secretariat for spying

"Pulidevan was a prominent member of the LTTE peace delegation team during the negotiations with the Sri Lankan government. He is fluent in Tamil, Sinhala and English.When a source close to LTTE were contacted by TBC news section regarding Pulidevan, it was confirmed that he has been arrested and an inquiry was underway as per direct order of the leader of LTTE."
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EXCLUSIVE TO SRI LANKA GUARDIAN

(June 02, London - Colombo , Sri Lanka Guardian) Seevaratnam Pulidevan, the Director of LTTE peace secretariat in Killinochchi, has been arrested by the LTTE intelligent services, headed by Chief Pottu Amman. He has been accused of providing vital information to Government intelligent services regarding the movement and whereabouts of key figures of the LTTE hierarchy, according to Thamil Broadcasting Corporation, a leading media outlet based in London.

There is strong speculation that information provided by S Pulidevan led to the killing of SP Thamilselvan, who represented the political front of the LTTE. It is also believed that the killings of Lt. Col. Kalaialagan, who was responsible for the international co-ordination, and the intelligent deputy Charles was a direct result of the information provided by S Pulidevan. He is also being held responsible for the recent air force attacks in Wanni targeting the main cadres of LTTE.

The funeral of Balraj, senior member of the LTTE, was attended by all key figures of the LTTE hierarchy, including Prabhakaran, Intelligent Chief Pottu Amman, Political Chief Nadesan and head of the navy Soosai and Balakumaran. However, the absence of Pulidevan was evident in the video footage of the funeral. This has increased speculation regarding his arrest.

Pulidevan was a prominent member of the LTTE peace delegation team during the negotiations with the Sri Lankan government. He is fluent in Tamil, Sinhala and English.
When a source close to LTTE were contacted by TBC news section regarding Pulidevan, it was confirmed that he has been arrested and an inquiry was underway as per direct order of the leader of LTTE.
- Sri Lanka Guardian

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