LTTE Leader Velupillai Prabhakaran Dead-Photos & Video
LTTE Leader Vellupille Praba’s remains to be buried in Wanni Sri Lanka.
The body of LTTE chief Velupillai Prabhakaran and other leaders will be buried in the Wanni,Sri Lanka Military spokesman said today. The Sri Lankan Military has collected over 350 bodies LTTE cadres after the final battle.
The bodies of Mathvathani Erambu, identified as Prabhakaran’s wife and a girl Duvaraka and a young boy Balachandran identified as Prabhakaran’s children were found in the vicinity of the body of LTTE leader Velupillai Prabhakaran, according to a report today qouting the army.
Commander of Sri Lanka Army General Sarath Fonseka has confirmed that the body of V.Prabhakaran, psychopathic leader of world's most barbaric terrorist outfit Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) has been found short while ago (May 19).
According to the defence sources, the LTTE leader who has ordered thousands of Tamil youth to give up their lives for him has tried to save his life until the last moment.
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The world most dangerous Terrorist organization LTTE Leader Velupillai Prabhakaran was shot dead while trying to flee Sri Lankan Army today morning 18th May 2009.
The leader of the LTTE, Velupillai Prabhakaran, was shot dead while trying to flee government troops, a senior defence official told AFP.
Prabhakaran tried to flee the area in an ambulance along with two close aides, but was ambushed and killed, the senior defence ministry official said on condition he not be named. “He was killed with two others inside the vehicle. There will be a formal announcement later,” the official said.AFP.
Up to now Sri Lankan Troops have uncovered the bodies, suspected to be of Ilango (LTTE ‘Police’ wing chief), Sundaram (Charles Anthony’s close aide) and Kapil Amman, Charles Anthony ;LTTE chief’s son, Pottuamman ;LTTE intelligence wing leader, Bhanu;another top level LTTE military leader, Nadesan, Puleethevan, Ramesh and Soosai.
Army foils LTTE's last attempt to evacuate its leaders; bodies being identified Sri Lankan army elites and infantrymen of 53, 58 and 59 Divisions have foiled the LTTE's last attempt to evacuate its top leaders this morning (May 18). According to the latest battlefield reports, soldiers have located over 150 bodies of LTTE cadres so far. The process of identifying the terrorist bodies is in progress.
With this attack LTTE has lost all its key positions and its remnants are now limited to tiny pockets scattered in the Karayamullavaikkal area, the sources said. All army units are now engaged in the final mop up operations.
LTTE terrorists made their final bid to evacuate its leaders early this morning as army elites pierced in to the last remaining LTTE foothold last night. The terrorist have managed took hold of two vehicles and believed to have put their senior leaders into those vehicles before they started moving northwards. According to the available information army elites and 53 Division soldiers have intercepted and crushed the terrorist move after fierce fighting.
Troops have so far identified bodies of Charles Anthony, the eldest son of LTTE chief V.Prabhakaran , B. Nadesan, LTTE's political head, S. Pulidevan , LTTE's head of peace secretariat, S. Ramesh, A special military leader, Kapil Amman, LTTE's deputy intelligence leader, Sudarman , the aide to Prabhakarn's son, Rathnam Master , a black tiger leader and Ilango, another senior LTTE leader.
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Velupillai Prabhakaran (Tamil: வேலுப்பிள்ளை பிரபாகரன்; born November 26, 1954) is the founder and leader of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (the Tamil Tigers), a militant organization that seeks to create an independent Tamil state in the north and east of Sri Lanka. Claiming they have faced discrimination at the hands of the sucessive Sri Lankan governments, the Tamil Tigers have waged a violent secessionist campaign in Sri Lanka that has led to them been designated as terrorist organization by 32 countries.
Prabhakaran is currently wanted by Interpol for terrorism, murder, organized crime and terrorism conspiracy. He also has arrest warrents against him in Sri Lanka and India. After evading capture for 25 years, the Sri Lankan government announced in May 2009 that Prabhakaran and several other senior Tamil Tiger leaders were trapped in a small stretch of land on the Mullaithivu coast. On May 17, 2009, Sri Lanka's government announced that Prabhakaran is dead..
The vehicle believed to be transporting a group of LTTE leaders was attacked by the army and caught fire in Vellamulaivakal today. The bodies have yet to be identified according to the Sri Lankan military.
Pottuamman and Bhanu bodies identified
18 May 2009 - 17:10
2nd Lead Military Sources state that many of the bodies of most of the top level LTTE terrorist leaders are yet to be identified. However troops have identified the bodies of former LTTE intelligence wing leader Pottuamman and another top level LTTE military leader Bhanu by now.
Mop-up operations continue: Kapil Amman, Ilango also among dead
Sri Lankan security forces continuing mop-up operations at the 100m x 100m remaining land patch, North of Vellamullivaikkal have uncovered three more bodies of key LTTE leaders, this morning (May 18).
According to latest battlefield reports received, the 53 and 58 Division troops including Special Forces and Commandos have uncovered the bodies, suspected to be of Ilango (LTTE 'Police' wing chief), Sudarman (Charles Anthony's close aide) and Kapil Amman( LTTE intelligence wing). The bodies were found abandoned in the area, the sources further said.
Troops also confirmed many more terrorist bodies lying scattered in the area which are yet to be identified.
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At the moment Fierce fighting is raging in the last LTTE Tiger den with the Sri Lanka Special Forces having encircled the remaining LTTE leaders Vellupille Prabhakaran, Pottu Amman and Soosai, say Sri Lankan military sources.
Several High Profile Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) leaders were among those killed in yesterday’s battles, according to defence sources.
While several reports circulated saying that LTTE leader V. Prabhakarn was among them, the reports remain unconfirmed. Three bodies among those recovered by troops have been identified as those of Nadesan, Puleethevan and Ramesh, says the Defence Ministry.A body suspected to be that of LTTE Chief V. Prabhakaran’s son Charles Anthony has been recovered by troops at Vellamullivaikkal, the Defence Ministry confirmed.
Three top LTTE leaders killed: Bodies found abandoned [Updated]Sri Lankan Special Forces soldiers have found bodies of three key LTTE leaders identified as Nadeshan, Pulidevan and Ramesh during the mop operations in the last LTTE foothold this morning( May 18). According to the latest information, the remaining LTTE cadres are now boxed into a 100m x 100m area, North of Vellamullivaikkal.
Nadeshan who was a former police constable of Sri Lanka police and known to be the political head of the outfit. Pulidevan was known to the head of "LTTE peace secretariat" while Ramesh was one of the most senior special military leader of the outfit.
LTTE terrorists abandon their chief's son; body found [Updated]
Sri Lanka Army special forces soldiers have found a body suspected to be of Charles Anthony, the elder son of LTTE chief V. Prabhakaran in the Karayamullavaikkal area this morning (May 18).
According to the defence sources in the battlefront, the body was found after an unsuccessful and half-hearted attempt by the LTTE cadres to evacuate their leader's son early this morning.
Charles Anthony was known to be the head of Information and Technology department of the LTTE. It is said that the LTTE leader was compelled to recruit his son to the outfit to avoid criticism over his hypocrisy. The LTTE leader was often criticised for sending thousands of child soldiers to war while giving a luxurious life and best of education to his own children. Charles Anthony was given a very senior position in the outfit after establishing a special non-fighting unit for him.
According to latest battlefield reports received, Army elites are now continuing the final mop-up operations at the last 100m x100m LTTE foothold, North of Vellamullivaikkal.
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Charles: Emasculate megalomaniac..
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