Tamilnet.com EXPOSED: TAMILNET ALLEGATION ON THE DEATH OF UK DEPORTEE! Wife’s illicit affair leads to killing of husband It was with much gusto that the pro LTTE tamil media such as Tamilnet reported the killing of Eshwaradasan Ketheeswaran (28) of Trincomalee alleging involvement of the security forces in his death. It was alleged that Eshwaradasan Ketheeswaran was deported from the UK in 2010 and was living alone at Paalaiyoottu in the city of Trincomalee. It was also alleged that on 18th April he was visiting his aunt and went out for shopping and upon his returned had reportedly told his relatives not to go out as strange persons were wandering around the house. It claims that he was killed when he left the house later. But in reality, the truth is far more different. Uncovering the truth the Sri Lanka Police today said it has sought assistance from INTERPOL to apprehend the chief suspect, the wife of the 28-year-old Eshwaradasan Ketheeswaran of Tricomalee. Extensive investigations by the authorities led to the arrest of two suspects aged 30 and 26. Upon further inquiry it was revealed that the victim’s wife had developed an illicit relationship with the 30 year old suspect. The suspect who is said to be a pilot had committed the heinous crime on the bidding of his lover. It was also uncovered that the wife gave the suspect a £1750 contract to kill her husband. The INTERPOL is scheduled to issue ‘red alert’ for the woman’s arrest. This is just one of the many instances when the anti peace, pro LTTE media has slung mud at the Sri Lankan government. By making baseless allegations against the government these spin doctors are trying to mislead the international community and influence the Human Rights Organizations and government officials of the Western countries to prevent the deportation of tamils from the UK by tarnishing the image of Sri Lanka to gain petty political gains. It is also a matter of time before the killing of the Canadian passport holder Anthonypillai Mahendrarasa will be exposed to the whole world. If not for the Sri Lankan authorities going the extra mile to find the truth behind this whole fiasco this incident also would have ended up in the same old ‘White Van’ alibi.