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IC, India shouldn’t impose ‘inclusion’ on Sri Lanka

[TamilNet, Friday, 22 May 2009 08:14 No Comment]

The International Community and India will be contributing to a grave disaster by imposing or enforcing ‘inclusive polity’ on an unwilling Sri Lankan state said the TamilNet political commentator in Colombo Thursday adding that secession is the best option for the island. He cited the events of this week when passions of ‘exclusiveness’ were decisively demonstrated in its goriest possible way by the Sri Lankan state in celebrating ‘victory,’ completely insensitive to the killing, massacres and incarceration of hundreds of thousands of Tamils who are supposed to be its citizens. He also cited the way a dead human being was desecrated whether the identity of the person was another one of the dupe of Colombo or not.

Dramatic episodes of the week are an ingenious deviation tactic of the war partners, the commentator said, citing haste shown in ‘closing the file’ and efforts being made to give final touches to the total subjugation of Tamils.

However the question remains, who sabotaged last effort to save negotiations, while treacherously annihilating the political wing of the LTTE in the field, the commentator said.

At least at this point the IC should learn the futility and danger of envisaging ‘inclusive solution satisfying all sections’ in the island, he further said.

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