Sri Lanka - News and Discussion- Post PM appointment crisis

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Re: Sri Lanka - News and Discussion- Post PM appointment crisis

Postby Tuan » 15 Dec 2019 23:10

Sri Lanka: Journalists fear a new media crackdown
https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2019/12/ ... 42987.html

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Re: Sri Lanka - News and Discussion- Post PM appointment crisis

Postby chetak » 15 Dec 2019 23:11

for those dravidians in parliament, slyly asking why SL tamils were not included in the CAB


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Leave current CAB. Even in 2004-2009, the period i am aware of.. during both ADMK & DMK govts, if any Srilankan Tamil applies for Citizenship, Q-branch will visit him & threaten to take the application back. Our govts irrespective of who rule never accept them as it's citizens.

10:10 PM - 14 Dec 2019

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Re: Sri Lanka - News and Discussion- Post PM appointment crisis

Postby Tuan » 15 Dec 2019 23:38

chetak wrote:for those dravidians in parliament, slyly asking why SL tamils were not included in the CAB


Nagarajan K S @ksnagarajan

Leave current CAB. Even in 2004-2009, the period i am aware of.. during both ADMK & DMK govts, if any Srilankan Tamil applies for Citizenship, Q-branch will visit him & threaten to take the application back. Our govts irrespective of who rule never accept them as it's citizens.

10:10 PM - 14 Dec 2019


Personally this is an Indian internal issue, imho, but if majority of Indians dislike it, it will be undone in the next elections. No need to get worked up over issues, one has no control over, RSS/BJP has been singularly focussed on their goals since 1924. Dravidian movement since 1916. So these are long lasting, legacy issues that cannot be overcome/confronted in forum discussions or social media. So it’s tempest in a teacup.

After all, Sri Lankans want fellow Tamils to come back to Sri Lanka sooner than later, that it’s taking so long is due bureaucratic delays. Indian governments do not want to dilute Tamil population even more than they already have. They can not define a Buddhist Sri Lanka as an enemy nation like they have defined Pakistan and not expect Sri Lanka to walk into Chinese hands lock stock and barrel. So Sri Lankan refugees in India only have two options, live as stateless people in India or go back to Sri Lanka which wants you back, it’s unfortunate but real politic situation.

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Re: Sri Lanka - News and Discussion- Post PM appointment crisis

Postby chetak » 26 Jan 2020 20:08

is there no limit to the depravity of these deranged piecefools


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Dr. Mahmoud Shafi, a Sri Lankan doctor who slashed the Uterus of nearly 4000 Hindu and Buddhist women during a cesarean operation to prevent them from having children. This is a new type of jihad... Medical Jihad???


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