Sunday, October 12, 2008

Put more pressure on Tigers - TDNA tells Tamil Nadu

The Tamil Democratic National Alliance (TDNA) comprising the Tamil United Liberation Front (TULF), People's Liberation Organisation of Tamil Eelam (PLOTE) and the Eelam People's Revolutionary Liberation Front (Naba faction) has called upon the Tamil Nadu political organization to put more force on the LTTE to stop antagonism and enter the political procedure instead of turning a blind eye towards the conceited attitude of the outfit.
TULF leader Veerasingham Anandasangaree who heads the TDNA as well was commenting on the agitation campaign that was theatrical in Tamil Nadu with regard to the current state of affairs in the Wanni. Anandasangaree told the Sunday Observer that Tamil Nadu politicians should act with greatest responsibility when they deal with the Sri Lankan issue. "The LTTE is solely accountable for the current humanitarian crisis in Kilinochchi and the rest of the Wanni. However, the collection is giving a different image to Tamil Nadu politicians. Innocent civilians are not allowable to get into safer areas. The LTTE has threatened those civilians in Kilinochchi and total them to remain as human shields. If the Tamil Nadu political fraternity and the Central Government of India are authentically worried about the safety of the blameless Tamils in the battle-hit areas in the north,they should bring more force on the LTTE politically to stop the clashes in the Wanni instead of pointing the finger only at the Government.
If the LTTE allows blameless civilians who are sandwiched between the warring sides in the Wanni to enter safer areas more than a few blameless lives could be saved,"Anandasangaree said. The PLOTE leader Dharmalingam Sitharthan said that Tamil Nadu politicians must not get carried away by the false propaganda of the LTTE. "The LTTE is not allowing the Kilinochchi civilians to go into safer areas and shedding crocodile moan saying that the civilians are pain without food or medicine. Therefore, the Tamil Nadu Government should bring more force on the LTTE in safeguarding helpless civilians who are trapped in the battle-hit areas," Sitharthan said.
Meanwhile, the Tamil Nadu Government also arrested several agitators from a variety of political parties who openly supported the LTTE in Chennai yesterday.
Courtesy : Sunday Observer

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