Vaiko denied entry into Malaysia over 'LTTE connections'

Share

Marumalarchi Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (MDMK) chief Vaiko was denied entry into Malaysia on Friday. The reception is scheduled for Saturday, June 10.

In 2009 - the year when the Sri Lankan military crushed the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam - Vaiko had made a speech allegedly in support of the outlawed terrorist group.

In picture: MDMK chief Vaiko.

London attackers were chef, clerk and 'suspicious' Italian
Mr McMullan's sister said he was believed to be among those who died , after his bank card was found on a body at the scene. A man was arrested in Limerick, in the Irish Republic on Tuesday over the discovery of ID documents in Redouane's name.

Vaiko will return to Chennai tonight.

Vaiko was reportedly blacklisted from entering the country.

ANI reported that Vaiko was identified as a member of the LTTE and revealed that his name also figured in the list of persons who were risky.

Apple's Siri aims to be in tune with your home arrangements
These speakers aren't just some random speakers but they are advanced and built to give you the sheer sound experience. This is the only big announcement by Apple since the launch of its Apple Watch sometime back in September 2014.

The politician had been on Malaysia Airlines Flight MH181 from Chennai and arrived at KLIA at 6.30am before he was detained. Vaiko showed his passport and said that he is an Indian citizen. "But the officials did not let him go", said the statement. He was sent to Puzhal Central prison by a Metropolitan Magistrate Court after he expressed his unwillngeness to execute bail bond.

The officials, according to the party, told him that he was part of the LTTE in Sri Lanka and that there were a number of cases against him in that country.

The draconian Goondas Act was slapped against Thirumurugan Gandhi and others.

Muslim religious leaders refuse funeral prayers for UK terrorists
Of course, the attack is the hottest topic of discussion and it will tragically change the lives of the families of the victims. The views expressed in these articles are the author's own and do not necessarily reflect Mint Press News editorial policy.

Share