Colombo: In the wake of reports by intelligence agencies about the presence of LTTE activists in India, Sri Lankan Prime Minister D M Jayaratne solidified this claim on Thursday. The Sril Lankan Prime Minister told the Parliament that LTTE still operates training centres in India.

He said a former Lanka rebel named Vinayagam heads the operations in India with the assistance of Nediyavan who is Oslo based.

Jayaratne added that there was a chance that Indian trained LTTE cadres may carry out attacks in Sri Lanka.

Jayaratne's comments came as Indian press reported intelligence reports which suggested the presence of LTTE activists in India.


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