Our security forces didn’t kill Prabha’s youngest son: SF
Posted on October 6th, 2020

Yohan Perera and Ajith Siriwardana Courtesy The Daily Mirror

Prabhakaran’s youngest son was a commander of LTTE baby brigade, but the Sri Lankan army never killed him, SJB MP Field Marshal Sarath Fonseka told Parliament today.

He said this in response to an allegation made by Tamil National People’s Front MP Selvaraj Gajendran that the security forces killed Prabahakaran’s little son after feeding him with biscuits.

“Prabhakaran’s wife was a member of the LTTE, his eldest son a colonel in the LTTE, his daughter a member of the LTTE women’s wing and his youngest son was a commanding officer of LTTE baby brigade,” the MP said. “The boy was seen in a sarong in the picture which was circulated in the media in 2009 while the person who is with him in the picture is dressed in uniform worn by the jungle brigade of the Indian Army. The National People’s Front Member should refrain from making false allegations.”

SLPP Badulla District MP Sudarshan Denipitiya who objected to Mr. Gajendran’s allegation said it should be expunged from the Hansard.

Deputy Chairman of Committees, Angajan Ramanathan who was in the chair said he would look into it. “The MP was only expressing his opinion,” he said.

2 Responses to “Our security forces didn’t kill Prabha’s youngest son: SF”

  1. Ratanapala Says:

    The photo of the dead Balachandran shows a person wearing a slipper nearby – most probably a LTTE cadre. It is most probable that the child was poisoned with cyanide laced biscuits and later the dead body was shot. The non bleeding wounds and the calm deamenour of the child’s face show it was a dead body that has been shot at.

    There is no reason for the military who apprehended Prabhakaran’s parents and looked after them and also the wife of Soosai, to have killed a mere child.

    It is obvious it was a LTTE job to implicate the military!

  2. Nimal Says:

    VP took arms against the state and suffered the consequence.

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