Monday, November 10, 2008

LTTE supporters are enemies of India: Union Minister Elangovan

Describing pro-LTTE rudiments as "enemies" of the country, Union Minister of State for Textiles and senior Congress head E.V.K.S. Elangovan demanded the get into care of all those who "openly supported" the barred Sri Lankan outfit in Tamil Nadu.
"Those who hold up LTTE are the enemies of the condition and Indian Government... the LTTE is a terrorist organisation," he told journalists in Tuticorin on Saturday.
The Sri Lankan Tamils subject should be approached from the people's view. Unfortunately a wrong picture was life form projected. The LTTE did not stand for Tamil people, he said. Support to the organisation did not denote hold up to the Tamil people of Sri Lanka. "It is diversionary tactic," he said.
Terming the LTTE as an global terrorist group, Elangovan on Saturday said that even although the LTTE had been barred by 36 countries around the world, persons and next leaders from Tamil Nadu alone have move toward out in its support.
"LTTE chief Prabhakaran was hostility for his own cause fairly than on behalf of the ethnic Tamils in Lanka. The Sri Lankan government should get into care him right absent in the Rajiv Gandhi kill case," he said. Blaming the Tamil Nadu Government for its biased act next to a few leaders, he said, "My friend and Viduthalai Chiruthai Katchi supremo Thol Thirumavalavan should be under take into care under the National Security Act."
Dwelling on the move toward of AIADMK leader Jayalalithaa in this subject, he theoretical a number of political best were annoying to divert the intelligence of the public with an look at on the about to happen elections.
Minister Elangovan is a well-known Tamil Nadu politician who was chosen to Tamilnadu Legislative Assembly from Satyamangalam constituency in 1984. In the year 2004, he has been select to Lok Sabha from Gobichettipalayam voters with a edge of over 2 lakh votes. He was born in a family well known for the contribution in political and social growth in Southern India. His father, E.V.K. Sampath, one of the significant leaders of Indian National assembly Party in Tamilnadu was the son of E.V. Krishnaswamy, elder brother of Periyar E.V. Ramasamy, the legendary Dravidian leader and one of the most social reformers India still produced.

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