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Corruption of Tamil gets into genocidal Colombo’s ‘Hindu’ outfit as well

[TamilNet, Wednesday, 11 September 2013 10:02 No Comment]

Corruption of Tamil language by the various ministries and departments of genocidal Colombo is a decades-long routine affair. But, it has now come into the Hindu Religious Affairs Department as well, commented a TamilNet reader sending a web page of the department, updated in January this year, with gross errors in language. This shows that even the Hindu affairs department is not in Tamil hands, the reader said, adding that he is sending it to the perusal of the New Delhi Establishment’s former president and Thirukku’ra’l expert Mr APJ Abdul Kalam, who inaugurated the ‘Trilingual’ programme in January 2012, to uphold the unity and integrity of the genocidal State.

Tamil_errors_SL_ministry_104660_445 The web page is asking for details on the Ashrams. Note the Tamil usages "aachirama vipara koaththu" (for aachchirama viparak koththu) and "the’rivu" (for therivu).

To a large extent the formation of Sinhala language itself is historically a result of accommodation of Tamil with corruption. The Sinhala state will not stop without corrupting even the remaining Tamil in the island, the reader said.

In a two-nation island, the trilingual hoodwink in a unitary state with a dominant nation of genocidal antecedents is nothing but another form of structural genocide to accompany the demographic and territorial genocide that are taking place with the full blessings of the USA, India and China that compete in harping on the dominant nation for their geopolitical interests, the reader further said.

According to media reports in January 2012, APJ Abdul Kalam was harping on the trilingual initiative he inaugurated and the New Delhi-initiated 13th Amendment to the unitary constitution as ways of solutions to the aftermath of the genocidal war in the island.

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