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TNPF honours assassinated Tamil MP 11 years on

Marking the 11th anniversary of the assassination of the Tamil MP K Sivanesan, Tamil National People's Front (TNPF) held a commemorate event on Wednesday remembering his life. 

Sivanesan, a member of the Tamil National Alliance (TNA) was travelling from Colombo to Mullaitivu when he was killed by a long-range reconnaissance patrol (LLRP) in Mankulam on March 6, 2008. 

The LTTE leader, V Prabhakaran posthumously conferred the title of 'Maamanithar'. 

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