Colombo brings in more Sinhala colonists to Trincomalee

[TamilNet, Friday, 07 June 2013, 15:08 GMT]
2,000 Sinhala families from the South are being brought into Trincomalee district by the occupying Sri Lanka's Government Agent in the district, Major General T.T.R. de Silva, who is a former commander of the Sri Lanka Army in Trincomalee, informed civil sources in the city told TamilNet Friday adding that Colombo is in the process of completing a demograhic genocide on Eezham Tamils in the district while the global powers locked in a geopolitcal race provide necessary time and space to the Colombo Establishment.

The Sinhala families, being brought in from South, are to be settled at Jeyanthipuram along the Serunuwara Road, within a 5 km radius from a military camp.

The Sinhala settlers are being brought from Hambanthotta, Negombo, Chilaw and Moratuwa areas.

The sources in Trincomalee say that the Sri Lankan government is conspiring to totally eradicate the Tamil representation in the district by the next general elections.

At the general elections held in the year 2010, the Tamil representation was pushed downwards to the lowest position.

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