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India Needs More Spice and Courage in its Foreign Policy:Tamils for Trump

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NEW YORK, NEW YORK, USA, July 11, 2018 / -- A spokesman for Tamils for Trump has raised a question about the future Indian role in Sri Lanka and their silence concerning the Tamils’ suffering in their homeland. With regard to India’s promise to form a cooperative federalist government, Tamils are anxious to hear from Prime Minister Modi. The following statement has been released to the media by Tamils for Trump.

India thought vanquishing the Tamil Tigers would swing the Sri Lankan Sinhalese over to their side. But recent events show otherwise.

India had Sri Lankan Tamils as her trump card, to control Sri Lanka to her advantage, but she lost this trump card when she gave Sri Lankans unlimited power to pound the Tamils.

The Indian invasion of Sri Lanka in 1987 to help Tamils was an ethical one. Everybody on the planet acknowledged the rightness of this invasion. It also revealed Indian military might, as well. But, In 2009, India encouraged every effort to crush the Tamil Tigers and the Tamils’ freedom struggle.

India thought that after exterminating the Tamil Tigers and quelling the Tamils’ freedom struggle, they could satisfy the Sri Lankan Sinhalese over to Indian side. But Sri Lanka had a different game plan and welcomed the Chinese to Sri Lanka. This was a major checkmate to India. Hambantota harbor will be under the power of the Chinese for 99+ years and there will be many more deals to come. It would seem that the Sri Lankan naval force moving into Chinese-controlled Hambantota port basically eliminates the Sri Lankan naval force. Now there will be a joint Sri Lankan-Chinese naval force. This creates another migraine for India.

India had guaranteed a cooperative federalism when Modi was in Sri Lanka. The Modi’s government has completely failed so far to satisfy the guarantees promised to Tamils.

Presently, Tamil leaders who support the Sinhalese government have offered authorization to the Chinese to construct 40,000 houses in the Tamil Homeland, the North-East of Sri Lanka. This will give the Chinese access into Tamil areas.

When the Chinese have access to the Tamil Homeland, Delft will be the Chinese base in the North, which is only a couple of miles from South India.

India, by constraining Sri Lanka to acknowledge confederation or partition to the Tamils, will strengthen the Tamils. It will debilitate Sri Lanka and henceforth India will not have to worry over the Chinese threat anymore.

Tamils are resilient people. Tamils still think India has a moral obligation to settle the Tamils' political future. In the event that India takes care of the Tamils' concerns, India will have a more grounded position in southeast Asia. Something else, India with numerous issues outside of India (Sri Lanka) will make itself weaker inside India with numerous ethnic blend and dialects. Along these lines, stronger India will focus on Tamils in Sri Lanka

Prime Minister Modi should fulfill the promises and the hope that he guaranteed to the Tamils when he was in the Tamils’ capital, Jaffna.

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About Tamils for Trump

Tamils for Trump is a political activist group comprised of Americans; the majority are Tamil Americans. They believe that over 145,000 Tamil civilians living in Sri Lanka were massacred during the last weeks of the Sri Lankan ethnic war. They have also observed post-war behaviors of the Sri Lankan Sinhalese victors and concluded that Tamils in Sri Lanka will only be safe when this war-torn island is divided into two individual self-governing nations.

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