Final hearing on LTTE ban in India on November 3

A final hearing on the LTTE ban in India will be taken up on November 3 in Madurai, the New India Express reported.

The three-day long tribunal hearing with regard to the ban on the LTTE ended on Monday, with tribunal head Justice V K Jain stating that a final hearing would he held at New Delhi on November 3.

MDMK legal wing secretary G Devadoss had told journalists that their party’s general secretary Vaiko would participate in the final hearing.

Earlier the Justice heard out three police personnel – Sub-Inspector Selvarani, Inspector R Venkateswaran and Srinivasan with regard to cases pertaining to the banned outfit.

From Selvarani, the Justice asked for the details pertaining to a case filed against Naam Tamilar Iyakkam leader Seeman, for his alleged comments with regard to the killing of Sri Lankan students.

The New India Express news report said that inspector Venkateswaran detailed the case in which the Q-branch police arrested five persons, including two Lankan refugees, with 47 walkie talkies, a Tata Sumo and `4.5 lakh in cash. Another case pertained to the arrest of Jesuraj, a member of the Tamilar Revolutionary Front, who was alleged to have close links with the LTTE.