Kilinochchi - LTTE’s ‘Waterloo’
An interview with TULF President V.
TULF leader Veerasingam Anandasangaree represented Kilinochchi for
more than a decade in Parliament since 1970. It was during his
period in 1977 Kilinochchi was established as a separate district.
He described that LTTE’s `jungle law’ prevailed since 1995 in
Kilinochchi with its police and courts until the region was
liberated by the Security Forces with the dawn of 2009.
First, Tamil unity Next, a solution!
THE country is now on the pathway to meet the urgent need to affirm
the national character in our society with LTTE terrorism being
crushed. Because, it’s time that we recognise and identify ourselves
as one people of one country. The world must recognise us as Sri
Lankans and not by our respective ethnicity.
Ethics and humane use of violence
Sri Lanka recognised the Cuban revolution almost
hours after it was born, in 1959, itself. The ruling party which
started this, once again, is in office today. And this was a major
change for us, because just before that, the Sri Lankan Government
that was in office before was a government that did not recognise,
that did not have diplomatic relations with either Russia or China.