Thursday 28 May 2020

Gajalakshmi Paramasivam

28 May  2020

Tamil Power Activates Lankan Parliament

One who reads as per visible manifestations needs proof to know the root cause. One who believes identifies through indicators.

The Sri Lankan politicians have been arguing over whether or not to reconvene parliament that was dissolved by Presidential proclamation on 02 March 2020. But divine powers chose to bring them together through a Tamil:

[The remains of Arumugam Thondaman,  Minister of Community Empowerment and Estate Infrastructure Development will Lie-in-State in the Assembly Hall of Parliament from 10.45 am to 11.30 am tomorrow Thursday, May 28, the Parliamentary Secretariat said.
The 54-year old politician died yesterday due to what was described as a fall at his home.
President Gotabaya Rajapaksa, Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa, former Speaker Karu Jayasuriya and Ministers are expected to pay their respects to the Hill-country leader.] – Economy Next

This indicator confirms stronger relationship with India as indicated through the Currency Swap – reported as follows by me yesterday :

[The Thirteenth amendment was strongly influenced by India which absorbed the pain of repatriation. Today, the Tribune reports – ‘Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa has requested India to provide a special $1.1 billion currency swap facility to boost country’s draining foreign exchange reserves in view of the economic slowdown due to the pandemic.]

These are indicators that the President and his allies are turning to India and the death of a Tamil Political leader – seen by Sinhalese as Indian Tamil – paves the way for them to confirm unity with Tamils at the top level.

After the 2009 battle many Sinhalese wrote publicly for Tamils to go back to India. The Rajapaksa government thus facilitated separatism as a virtual reality. The writers’ intentions may have been just to win the argument. But if the receiver takes it as per her/his truth  and if s/he feels hurt by it, the message gets returned sender. If the reverser is compassionate, the original sender gets healed to that extent. I believe I returned some messages to heal the senders.
Mere custody / occupation does not confirm ownership. True ownership is felt and is sometimes not visible. It never dies. It is passed on from generation to generation and true heirs would identify with it one way or the other. In this instance – Democratic Parliamentarians who enriched Sri Lanka have confirmed that they live in the Sri Lankan Parliament also. Now the Hon Arumugam Thondaman has chosen to join that ancestry to confirm its ‘commonness’. The Ceylon Workers’ Congress that Mr Thondaman inherited through his grandfather confirms National power of workers.:

[The CWC was formed by Peri Sundaram and G. R. Motha as an Indian Estates Workers Trade Union in 1950. It was an outgrowth of the Ceylon Indian Congress (CIC), formed 15 July 1939. In 1950 the CIC changed its name to the Ceylon Workers Congress (CWC) and became the largest trade union in the country. Another trade union, the Democratic Workers Congress (DWC), was formed in 1956 as a breakaway faction of the CWC as a result of leadership rivalries between the president, S. Thondaman, and the general secretary A. Aziz. The former retained control of the CWC to date. Thondaman was the dominant trade union leader of the Indian Tamil workers for nearly four decades. As president of the Ceylon Indian Congress, he contested the Nuwara Eliya seat at the 1947 general election and won. His party put forward eight candidates in the plantation electorates and seven of them were returned, they were Thondaman, S. M. Subbaiah (Badulla), G. R. Motha (Maskeliya), K. Rajalingam (Nawalapitiya), K. Kumaravelu (Kotagala), C. V. Velupillai (Talawakelle) and D. Ramanujam (Alutnuwara).] Wikipedia

Those who believe in work and invest in it beyond the benefits drawn develop exponential powers of  ownership which give us natural connections beyond current times and place. Thank you Mr Thondaman for sharing that heritage with us and contributing to Parliamentary unity through work unity.

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