UK Tribunal removes LTTE from the terrorist list
UK Tribunal removes LTTE from the terrorist list

The Liberation Tigers of Tamil Ealam (LTTE) has been removed from the list of proscribed terrorist organisations by the Britain's Proscribed Organisations Appeal Commission. On October 22, the Commission has removed LTTE from the terrorist list. Notoriously called as Eelam War killed more than 1 Lakh innocent Eelam tamil lives. 

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In the northern and eastern provinces of the island nation Sri Lanka the LTTE ran a military campaign for a separate Tamil homeland for nearly 30 years before its collapse in 2009. It was collapsed after the Sri Lankan Army killed its supreme leader Velupillai Prabhakaran. However, the Sri Lankan Nation is protesting the commission's decision and appealed against the judgement. Sri Lankan foreign ministry issued a statement in this regard on Thursday. 

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The Sri Lankan foreign ministry has said "The Open Judgement of the POAC while allowing the Appeal, provides for further hearings, and the Government of Sri Lanka will continue to closely monitor the progress of the case in the UK". The country further said it has sufficient evidence to prove that the remnants of the LTTE and groups aligned with its terrorist ideology are active in foreign countries, working to incite violence and destabilize the country. 

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