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M K Narayanan declares war on Tamil diaspora

[TamilNet, Wednesday, 16 September 2009, 11:54 GMT]
Addressing Director Generals and Inspector Generals of Police Monday, India’s National Security Advisor and one of the architects of Indian Establishment’s policy towards Eezham Tamils, M K Narayanan, told them of the need to keep watch against Tamil diaspora reviving the LTTE and cautioned them to be prepared for any eventuality. “The funding lines of the LTTE are still intact and there is always a possibility that disgruntled elements in the Tamil diaspora across the globe could get together to help the terror outfit regroup and rearm,” said M K Narayanan, according to The Economic Times, Tuesday. His fear stems from his own policy 'haunting him back,' commented Tamil circles in the diaspora.

M K Narayanan
M K Narayanan
“Narayanan’s policies designed to serve the thinking, ‘human beings cannot forgive,’ has caused the genocide of several thousands of Eezham Tamils and the incarceration of hundreds of thousands. The policies have put India for the first time in the list of uncivilised countries of the world. They have made India isolated in the event of attacks by her traditional enemies. They have made the people of a big state in India to simmer with anger,” points out a Tamil journalist in Colombo.

“Narayanan now seems to realise well that despite going against all sensibility, the policies have not brought in any positive results in resolving the crisis in the island and are not going to bring in any solution in near future. His lack of confidence that his policies would concede political justice to Tamils is what causes the fear that is very similar to that of the Colombo regime,” the journalist commented.

“While keeping Tamils incarcerated, India is now engaged in grabbing land and economic interests in the Tamil homeland, and in dictating Tamil political leaders to accept formulas of subjugation. Narayanan’s statement reflects the paranoia of an aggressor and it only indicates that a continued partnership of Colombo and New Delhi, refusing Tamil national aspirations, is going to escalate the crisis in the island,” observed diaspora Tamil circles.

According to them what is needed is a simple political move from India: recognition of the sovereignty of the Eezham Tamil nation and its self-determination in the island. This would put everyone at ease, would expedite democratisation of the situation and would pave way for wider regional and global cooperation.

Meanwhile, apparently concerned over Chinese incursions into Ladakh, Narayanan convened a meeting of the China Study Group, last Thursday. The cabinet secretary, secretaries of defence, home and external affairs, chiefs of the three armed forces and chiefs of intelligence outfits attended the meeting.


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