Police Museum in Coimbatore houses submarine constructed by the LTTE

11 December 2017 - 522   - 0

The upcoming Police Museum in Coimbatore is attracting visitors from all over Tamil Nadu is reportedly housing a submarine constructed by the Liberations Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), Indian media reported.

According to the ANI news agency the collection of artifacts includes decommissioned police and Army weaponry, including a Tank used in Kargil War against Pakistan. Among major attractions, boat used by coastal police is also on display and lathe machines which are used to make weapons. The museum is commissioned under a 99-year-old British-era building.

Image of the museum from a video grab

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