Posted by: ramrajya | May 24, 2010

The Great leader of Tamilian race “Vaiko” takes a vow to establish “Tamil Eelam.”

The Great leader of Tamilian race “Vaiko” takes a vow to establish “Tamil Eelam.”
span style=”color: #660000;”>The International Crisis Group, an international human rights group based in Brussels, released an alarming report on [18-5-2010] Tuesday, timed to coincide with the first anniversary of the end of Sri Lanka’s civil war. The report, “War Crimes in Sri Lanka,” calls for an international inquiry into violations by Sri Lankan security forces, describing several incidents in which civilian targets, including hospitals and humanitarian aid shelters, were shelled. The group also claims to have evidence suggesting that civilian casualties in the last months of the war were much higher than earlier estimates: “The period of January to May 2009 saw tens of thousands of Tamil civilian men, women, children and the elderly killed, countless more wounded,” the report said. The Sri Lankan Army defeated the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam, on May 18, 2009, marked the official end of the war.

In Chennai Vaiko the leader of M.D.M.K. participated in the memorial remembrance to commemorate the one-year civil war anniversary, which saw 40,000 civilians die, including women and children, and 50,000 more wounded in the genocide caused by Rajpakshe Government in Tamil Eelam.

Around 75,000 Tamils, most of them belonging to younger generation, attended the remembrance and inauguration rally of Naam Thamilar political party at Virakanoor in the ancient Tamil city of Madurai in the Tamil Nadu state of India, vowing to fight for the creation Tamil Eelam by politically capturing the power of the Tamil Nadu state.

Tamil Newspaper “Dinamalar” has explained the speeches of Vaiko and we are telling the same thro “You Tube”.


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