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Government sponsored Tamil paramilitary parties betrayed President Rajapaksha

By T.C.Rajaratnam

(February 01, Colombo, Sri Lanka Guardian)Tamil militants who were conveniently allowed to register political parties have yet again betrayed the President. They did not canvass for votes as they thought that they would not be able to win the Parliamentary General elections under their own parties.

The most controversial factor now, the test case is that of Douglas Devananda whose reputation is gloomy in any case. Even if he had canvassed, it would have been of no use. His double standards are popular. I read a report in a state owned newspaper that he was blaming the foreign media. What a reason? All the votes, President Mahinda Rajapaksa could have obtained from the people of the North were shattered when the President was seen together with Douglas Devananda. The Tamil militant of questionable repute will never be accepted by the decent Tamil community, that too from the North. The Tamils do not want substitutes for Pirabaharan. They need President Mahinda Rajapaksa but they were terrorized by the militant parties.

Although the majority of the people and politicians may have forgiven child soldiers, militant leaders who brutally killed policemen and Buddhist priests, and white bearded Tamil militants who abducted Tamils, extorted money assassinated Members of Parliament, the innocent civilian Tamils will never forgive them and they would keep away from such political parties who patronize them.

If the SLFP and the UPFA can keep these Tamil militant hooligans masquerading as Tamil Leaders away from the SLFP and the UPFA in the North and the East, we the SLFP and UPFA Tamils could have obtained the majority of the votes for the President. The Tamils have confidence in President Mahinda Rajapaksa but not the Tamil Militant Politicians ! We must keep the SLFP and UPFA clean from these militants who can never reform.

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