Jayalalitha Includes the Utopian Tamil Eelam to Her Election Manifesto

Friday, 06 May 2016 - 12:46


The Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu Jayalalitha Jeyaram says that her party is fully committed to create a separate State for Sri Lankan Tamils. 

Jayalalitha released her party election manifesto yesterday for the provincial government election to be held on May 16th

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalitha has pledged in her party manifesto to bring pressure to punish those who are responsible for the alleged human rights violation during the last phase of the war in Sri Lanka.

Among the AIADMK election pledges is to grant dual visa for the Sri Lankan refugees currently living in Tamil Nadu.

Meanwhile fishermen of Puducherry staged a protest yesterday against arresting Indian fishermen near the Sri Lankan territorial waters and threatened to boycott the state government election.

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