"Now, the next stage of hearing would take place in Madurai from October 11 to 14," he said.
He said the Tribunal seeks the consultations of representatives to discuss the extension of the ban imposed on LTTE.
"The Tribunal is seeking our consultation. The place of the hearing was shifted to Madurai as it will be convenient for the representatives of 'Q' branch police, locals and other political parties to attend the hearing," he said.
Emphasizing on the application filed by him, General Secretary of Marumalarchi Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (MDMK) Vaiko said "The ban on LTTE is there even now. However, the Centre appointed High Court judge Sangeeta Sehgal heard my arguments regarding the case. I have filed a similar application since 2010 which were all accepted by the judges. However, this time it was not accepted."
He expressed confidence about winning the case and said he will continue his fight until the ban is lifted.
"I am confident that even if the Tribunal does not lift the ban, either the Supreme Court or High Court will lift it," he said.