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Madras High Court Directs Authority to Destroy Pro-LTTE Books of Pazha Nedumaran - (16 Nov 2018)

Madras High Court has directed the authorities to destroy over 1,700 copies of books written by pro-Tamil leader Pazha Nedumaran in support of the banned LTTE in 2002 and held that if returned, these could lead to disturbance and threat to peace and public tranquility.


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