Occupying military orders VVT people to register before 10:00 a.m. Wednesday

[TamilNet, Tuesday, 01 March 2011, 20:40 GMT]
In a draconian order, the SL military occupying the country of Eezham Tamils has asked the people of Valveddiththu’rai, a densely populated town in the northern coast of Jaffna, to register themselves with the military, along with family photos, before 10:00 a.m. Wednesday. The shocked Eezham Tamils wonder whether their country is fast turning into an open concentration camp for them. The order comes even as there is a case against such registrations filed by TNA is pending in the court. The notice to the public to register within 24 hours and forms for that are distributed by the SL Army to local shops. On the order of the Army, the local village officials were seen carrying out the work even during the night. People feel that the show of terror is a revenge for the participation of the people of VVT in the funeral of Parvathi Amma, despite military harassment.

The SL military chose to desecrate Parvathi Amma, the 80-year-old mother of the LTTE leader Pirapaharan, by shooting three dogs and throwing them at the cremation spot, and by running over the spot by military vehicles.

Former TNA parliamentarians M K Sivajilingam and S. Kajendran have come out with strong condemnation against the military order for registration.

Some days ago, the SL military in Uduvil, Jaffna, intimidated local village officials of Valikaamam region to collaborate with the Army in photo-registering civilians.

In the islands and in Thenmaraadchi, the SL military directly carries out registration.

Maj. Gen. Mahinda Hathurusinghe commands the genocidal military of Sri Lanka occupying Jaffna.

A few months ago, coinciding with the Nobel awards in Oslo, Hathurusinghe was awarded the Guci Peace Prize in the Philippines and was ‘felicitated’ for that in Jaffna in an event orchestrated by the occupying SL military. An SL Army website said that the award was ‘Asian’ equivalent to Nobel Peace Prize.

Mahinda Rajapaksa regime openly challenges the futile rhetoric ‘reconciliation’ that first came from the US State Department immediately after the war, political observers said.

But some friends of Sri Lanka in the US Administration, hoping that cosmetic acts are enough to address deep-rooted questions, even now try very hard to save the genocidal state, the political observers further said.


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