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Thirumavalavan blasts New Delhi for sending Indian Naval Personnel to Mullaiththeevu



(January 06, Chennai, Sri Lanka Guardian) President of Viduthalai Chiruthaigal Katchi (VCK) in Tamil Nadu, Thirumavalavan, today (Monday) heavily came down on Indian government for sending civil clothed Indian naval personnel to Mullaiththeevu through the Chennai international airport.

Addressing the media in Chennai, he said the New Delhi government has betrayed Tamil people by doing it.This Tamil nationalist leader also held the Indian government totally responsible for the ongoing genocide of Tamils in Sri Lanka.

"Even the future generations of Tamils will never forgive the Indian Government as it has disrespected the sentiments of 100 million Tamil people," he observed.

Referring to Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi's meeting with Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on December 4 last year, Thirumavalavan said that one month has elapsed already since the meeting, but the New Delhi government has done nothing to stop war in Sri Lanka.

Rather, he further said, Indian naval personnel have been sent to Mullaiththeevu via the Chennai international airport, which is tantamount to a complete betrayal with Tamil people across the world.

Commenting on mass killing of Tamils in Eelam, he said under the pretext of eliminating the Tigers, the armed forces and paramilitary groups in Sri Lanka are openly killing Tamil civilians.

He said with the fall of Kilinochchi into the hands of government forces, the LTTE will not give up its fight. It is merely a tactical withdrawal and not a defeat as such.

“Same thing happened several times in the past too but the Tigers gave befitting reply by successfully driving out the Sinhalese army from there”, the VCK leader added.

Thirumavalavan said that his party was making efforts to form an alliance comprising the pro-Tamil forces cutting across party lines.

He will meet MDMK General Secretary Vaiko, Dravidar Kazhagam President Dr K Veeramani, and Tamil Nationalist Movement leader Nedumaran to seek their cooperation and support in this connection, sources from Chennai said.

As part of that move, Thirumavalavan met Dr S Ramadoss, founder-leader of the Pattali Makkal Katchi on Monday.(Janu. 05-Chennai)
- Sri Lanka Guardian

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