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School Teacher Turned Terrorist Surrendered

She has asserted that the Tigers would neither win this War nor would they be able to ever realize their Eelam dream.

(November 12, Colombo, Sri Lanka Guardian) “Task Force-I troops battling for supremacy with Tiger terrorists in Vallayarkuttirukkumoddai, about 4 km to the east of the 7th Mile Post on the A-32 Road, close to Palavi area just captured, were absolutely astounded to find that one of the Three female Tiger terrorists captured on Tuesday (11) after fierce clashes, happened to be a Government English Teacher of a reputed school,” the Sri Lanka Army said in a statement.

"This captured Tiger terrorist-turned English teacher, Ms Nilaveli (28) was coaching students in grade 6-10 classes until she joined LTTE's "Saiver" Regiment to stop conscription of her beloved teenage brother and sister to the LTTE. Graduated from the reputed KOPAY College of Education (English Faculty), she has still been drawing her government salary and all other perks from the Department of Education in Kilinochchi as a trained English teacher."

The other two captured female Tigers have been identified as Kilavedi (18) and Thuruveli (19), all four of them originally from Kilinochchi, Paranthan and Mallavi areas.

Startling confessions made by the captured English teacher further admitted that more than one hundred (100) of her counterparts, some of who are also her own batch mates, still remain with the LTTE organization, either after they were conscripted or made to join it in fear of Tiger atrocities and reprisals. She has further gone on record saying that she was compelled to join the LTTE purely in order to save the lives of her beloved teenage brother and the sister from the notorious LTTE conscription, since the LTTE has strictly ordered the surrender of at least one family member to the outfit from each family.

In the same manner, almost all officials, clerks, lower grade employees of the Department of Agriculture, several other government agencies as well as officials of Kilinochchi- based Non Governmental Organizations (NGOs), following LTTE diktats have been forced to serve the front lines whether they liked it or otherwise, she has disclosed.

Explaining ground realities and the plight of other Tigers, trapped desperately in the battlefields, she has further told the investigators that they barely survive with one meal per day and the LTTE has not either left room for the disgusted to surrender or give up fighting and flee after pushing them, as canon-fodder to the fronts while senior Tiger men and women were taking cover behind them. She has also asserted that the Tigers would neither win this War nor would they be able to ever realize their Eelam dream. Those three LTTE females have now been detained for further investigations after providing them with their basic needs.
- Sri Lanka Guardian

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