Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Vaiko threatens to defy Indian law to support banned terrorist outfit

The rabble rouser of South Indian politics Gopalaswamy Vaiko, at a gathering in Chennai openly defied Indian law and said he and his party cadres would not hesitate to carry arms to Sri Lanka in support of the stressed, cornered and attentive Velupillai Prabhakaran and his Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE).
Though it had been long supposed that Vaiko was smuggling arms to the Tamil Tigers this was the first occasion his intentions , at least about the future, has been affirmed in an open rally.
He said he and his party would not only hesitate to carry arms but he would rally people from all over the country for the illegal purpose. Vaiko is a non-Tamil migrant from another condition who thrives on Tamil racial discrimination in the state of Tamil Nadu. He heads a escape group of the DMK, Marumalarchi Thiravida Munnetra Kazhagam (MDMK).
Analysts say, it's a veiled threat to start a separatist movement in India.
Speaking at the same public meeting Chairman of the MDMK M.Kannappan said anybody speaking next to the LTTE could be termed a traitor. He also threatened the New Delhi administration not to force Tamils in the state to open a separatist movement.
A LTTE suicide bomber killed Indian Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi in Tamil Nadu.

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