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SOURCE: ANI

The Centre has extended the ban on Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) for further five years. The Ministry of Home Affairs in its notification said, the central government has taken the decision in view of the activities of the LTTE that continues to pose a threat to the sovereignty and territorial integrity of India.

The Ministry cited the disruptive, separatist and secessionist activities of LTTE that are a grave threat to the security of Indian nationals as the reason for the ban. The government had declared the LTTE as an unlawful association in May 2019 and banned it for five year.