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Thursday, August 11, 2022

TN CM meeting representatives of Tamil Eelam government in exile sets off alarm bells

Amidst the noise created after the Nupur Sharma issue, Tamil Nadu CM MK Stalin meeting the representatives of the Transnational Government of Tamil Eelam(TGTE) against the state policy has gone unnoticed. Headed by the former chief of LTTE’s international legal wing, the organisation is not recognised as the representative of Srilankan Tamils by the Bharatiya government.

Nimal Vinayaga Murthi, the Canadian MP of TGTE, met TN CM MK Stalin in May. What was discussed in the meeting is unknown. But the TGTE press release says that the government in exile passed a resolution seeking TN government’s support to distribute relief materials to Tamils in Srilanka as it undergoes an economic and political instability. It has also sought to establish a “political friendship” with the TN government to help get justice.

TGTE MP Nimal Vinayaga Murthi meeting CM Stalin

TGTE had also organised a parliamentary sitting of the exiled government in Chennai. Vishwanathan Rudrakumaran, the Prime Minister of the exiled government who spoke at the event said that they decided to hold it in Chennai a month ago. A letter was sent to the TN CM asking him to grace the event as the chief guest or special guest. Rudrakumaran said that the CM’s office had replied saying that the CM will be out of town and won’t be able to attend the meet.

Rudrakumaran said that in no way did the official channels tell them that they cannot conduct the event in Chennai. It was arranged in a private hotel at first. But later it was shifted to the office of Dravidar Viduthalai Kazhagam (DVK) as police denied permission in the morning. Even there it couldn’t be continued as police stopped the event and arrested the organisers. It is to be noted that the parliamentary sitting was organised in May 21st, the day on which former PM Rajiv Gandhi was assassinated by LTTE.

Police inquired why that specific day was chosen and allegedly told the organisers that the TN government is already under pressure for aiding the release of Perarivalan, one of the Rajiv Gandhi assassination convicts and allowing the event would put more pressure on them. Rudrakumaran hopes to take the matter of freedom of expression to the court and conduct a major event of TGTE in Bharat in the near future.

Curiously after refusing to attend the event organised by TGTE, MK Stalin conducted a virtual meeting on the same day to discuss the legal recourse for releasing the remaining Rajiv Gandhi assassination convicts as well. This has sent mixed signals and should keep the intelligence agencies on toe. Dravidian organisations like DVK are rabid anti-Bharat ones. They are an extension of the Dravidian Movement’s political arm DMK.

It should be kept in mind that Periyar aka EV Ramasamy wanted Tamil Nadu to secede from Bharat and even sought the help of the British to achieve it. Recently 2G accused A Raja threatened that TN would secede with MK Stalin seated on the stage. The operations of TGTE and Dravidian organisations should be seen in this light. While the Bharatiya government recognises the plight of Tamils in Srilanka and has been extending help to make their lives better, it is against recognising TGTE or Rudrakumaran as the representative of Eelam Tamils.

Perarivalan’s release is being propagated as his acquittal while the court let him off only because he had served enough jail term and had good conduct. He was hugged and welcomed by MK Stalin and presented a book, The Silent Coup that casts aspersions on the Bharatiya military and predicts a coup to MP Kanimozhi. It clearly shows that they have an agenda in supporting the Eelam movement and releasing the assassination convicts. 

A former Madras High Court judge, Chandru, perceived as close to the DMK leadership, said “when an offence has political overturns, it is political considerations rather than criminal jurisprudence that deals with the penalties for it”. It not only casts aspersions on the judiciary for buckling to political compulsion, but shows that ideology is more important than national security for Dravidian parties. LTTE wouldn’t have thought twice before assassinating a CM if it could have garnered the attention they needed.

It should be kept in mind that even though he was later acquitted, Justice Jain Commission that oversaw the investigation into former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi’s assassination indicted Karunanidhi for abetting the LTTE. DMK’s connection with Jesuit priest Jegath Gaspar, who has an arrest warrant against him from the USA government for smuggling weapons to LTTE should also be a point of concern. He had recently goaded Muslims into asking for a separate country alongwith SC, STs comprising TN, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka, Dravidastan a wet dream of Dravidian organisations.

Rumours have it that the LTTE movement was hijacked by the church towards the end of the war. While no substantial evidence is there to confirm them, DMK’s love and loyalty to the church cannot be overlooked. As soon as the DMK came to power Catholic priest said that the DMK forming government was an “alms” provided by the Christian community. The DMK government didn’t arrest the priest till Hindu outfits filed complaints and staged protests for abusing Hindu deities.

In fact despite the repeated humiliation CM himself said in a Church of South India event that it was because of Christians that DMK formed the government. The church has been fomenting trouble all over the country and what they do in North East is testament to what they might be upto in TN as well in light of recent comments from politicians and Dravidian ideologues calling for separation. Being a coastal state and with refugee influx from Srilanka intelligence agencies should be on high alert to avert any untoward, political or social, event in TN.

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