Tuesday 20 December 2022



All completed experiences are stored as positive Energy. Deeper the experience, stronger the positive Energy. Belief is positive Energy

Once I disconnect with the issue, my truth walks away and leaves the legal system to deal with itself, as per the remaining members’ truth. When judgments are delivered to suppress the truth of a positive contributor to law and order, the law is neglected to such an extent that it becomes a sin. Sins, like the Corona virus are autonomous and spread exponentially. Believers in the system of secular law need to therefore continue to remain within the system to prevent the spread of wrongs that have gone past the point of no-return, to become sins.  

In Sri Lankan Parliament, the opposition was weak.  Hence it tended towards autocracy -  as if the opposition was ‘junior’.

The following illustrates how the system change works:


Every place where one realises and/or practices Independence is the home of Sovereignty itself.  We need laws and official endorsements for others to beware – so as not to hurt themselves by lessening the value of such persons. Such Independent persons have the support of Natural Forces in maintaining balance of  the system of karma. Hence the system of respecting such elders who are taken as being more independent than juniors, until known otherwise.

The sacrifices I made to purchase that land, deepened my ownership. As per my knowledge, to Mr Benedict it was business investment and his investment was calculated through linear measures. Mine was strongly protected by belief.

To my mind, where our base is strong, we would use the law that flows from that Truth, as  causal Energy  and would belong in Management. Where our belief in the base is weak, we would tend to be driven by outcomes/effects and hence belong in the group being ‘Managed’ by the above group driven by causal forces. When the two forces are equal at that place within a particular period, that group becomes self-managing Sovereign group. To my mind therefore, it is understandable that Tamils of Sri Lanka, with such a strong management force within themselves,  would reject  laws that they did not identify with as being measures through which their / our contribution to the Land is confirmed and if such laws were accepted, would have diluted the Sovereign value of Tamils as a community and therefore the Sovereign value of any country or region that this land is taken to be a part of.

Tuesday 22 November 2022


22 November 2022


Conversation with a Tamil Diaspora Elder (TDE)

 TDE :[The last one third of the population, had included , like in any large society, persons criminally bent, up to all kinds of skullduggery: from petty thefts, to murder & mayhem - rape and drug peddling etc., All these ceased  as soon as the LTTE took control of the N/E - during that period the tigers ran the administration in an authoritarian manner.]


Gaja: As you ought to know by now, I reside in Thunaivi when I go to Northern Sri Lanka. Most of the above qualities apply to them also. But that area is EPDP managed. NOT LTTE. The government offices have NOT moved there as promised due to fear of both – the People as well as EPDP. Many of them get jobs in government through EPDP. This is their reality. I do not interfere with them and they do not cross my path.


TDE :[You state that the LTTE was ‘known’ to have been “involved” in drug trafficking to make money for their stated cause , is not based on any reliable evidence.]


Gaja: You expect evidence because you are an ‘outsider’. I learnt about it through a close family member who is part of the LTTE Diaspora. A senior in that group is now in a high official position and hence I keep his name confidential. But I disciplined my family member who was feeling sorry for the guy who ‘got caught’ trafficking. To me, it is most reliable belief based sharing. If you also cared about such disenfranchised groups you would use the sharing to get to know those groups better.  As an outsider, you would ‘fear’ living in that area. I was anxious but I would almost continuously invoke my paternal grandmother who lived on her own in Araly until 87. She groomed 10 children. On the night she had the fatal fall we were there. She did not die alone. This is the amazing truth. Whenever I felt anxious in Thunaivi, I invoked my Aachi / grandmother. Intoxicated youth tried to intimidate me. I would then go away but only for a short time. The way LTTE was right for them and others of their culture, these folks are right for themselves. When I live there as part of their community , I have to use their laws. Even my husband is not allowed to directly discipline them.  Mr Kanageeswaran’s holiday home is on the other side – the senior caste side. He never comes this side.


TDE :[Thus drug trafficking  had not been needed nor resorted to by the LTTE]


Gaja: I draw your attention to the following part of your response:

[Kumaran Pathmanathan  alias KP , after collaborating with the government, made available to the State , most of the LTTE gold: a Sinhalese gentleman who had been one of the top economic advisers in the ministry of finance, told me that this gold was more than sufficient to adequately aid  the government to sustain itself up to a point, between 2010 and 2015] and also to [The LTTE obtained a sovereign gold from a majority of Tamil families in the North and the East . Again several families gave the gold voluntarily, many reluctantly parted with the gold after some friendly persuasion! still others had been compelled to give the gold due to open intimidation.


If this gold was purely local, then by hoarding it, they confirm that they lacked the skills to develop public infrastructure. This happens with ‘stolen’ money. The monies willingly donated would have been actively used for ‘fighting’. The right approach would have been to donate it to UNDP. But when they think they are right, there comes a time when they begin hoarding.


The monies donated to them would at best work only for their community which excludes ‘Tamils committed to Democracy’


TDE [Only those folks affected by the harsh kangaroo courts of the LTTE , slandered the Tigers]

I do not know of any Tamil who ‘slanders’ the Tigers. Many do oppose them and that is healthy in democracy.



Sunday 20 November 2022


20 November 2022

Gajalakshmi Paramasivam




I needed some reading material for my student from Hambantota in Southern Sri Lanka which is also the home area of the Rajapaksa family. I opened ‘Sri Lanka News’ and the first item was ‘The Jungle and the Sea, follow-up to Counting and Cracking, uses theatre as a safe space to discuss Sri Lankan civil war’

Just last week a friend of mine gave a glowing review of  Counting and Cracking’ and mentioned that she intended going to the follow up also. My friend mentioned that it was by Anandavalli’s son. I shared that I had served articles at Anandavalli’s father’s firm Satchi’s. (Satchithananda, Schokman, Wijeratne & Co).

When I saw the ABC report at https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-11-19/the-jungle-and-the-sea-counting-and-cracking-sri-lanka/101635476    I was eager. But when I started reading, my heart fell. As per ABC report:

[Then in 2010, against his mother's wishes, Shakthi visited family in Sri Lanka and learnt that his great-grandfather had been the only Tamil politician in the country's post-independence government. (Sri Lanka, then known as Ceylon, was part of the British Empire until 1948).

If Shakthi had consulted with elders in his Australian family, starting with the Pasupati’s he would have learnt that Mr GG Ponnambalam and Mr M Thiruchelvam were also members of the Government.

Most important to me is the following account by Wikipedia, under Maviddapuram Kandaswamy Temple, about Shakthi’s great grandfather:

[Only "high" caste Hindus had been allowed to worship in the temple. In 1968 several hundred "low" caste Hindus, mainly Pallar and Nalavar, staged a non-violent protest outside the temple gates but were met with violence from a group of "high" caste Hindus. In June 1968 "low" caste Hindus stormed the temple. They were given access to the temple following the intervention of Illankai Tamil Arasu Kachchi (ITAK, Federal Party). C. Suntharalingam, who had led the "high" caste resistance to opening the temple up to the "low" castes, was prosecuted under the Prevention of Social Disabilities Act and fined Rs. 50 by the Supreme Court. This act, which had been brought in as a private member's bill by ITAK in 1957, made the denial of entry into a place of worship on grounds of caste an offence. ]


It is important to me because my primary contribution in Sri Lanka’s North is to balance the negative karma of caste-based discrimination which mutated into race-based karma. All sins mutate due to sins being absolute powers, with minds of their own. In Northern Sri Lanka, we live in Thunaivi – a toddy tapper (Nalavar) village . Today also we participated in the poojah / mass through online facilities. After the mass , English classes would be conducted, for which I send the material from here. Not many attend, but every bit of that contribution is pure offsetting Energy. None of our relatives from North visit us there. Government officials have refused to move there despite persuading us to donate land on the promise that the government offices would relocate once the building built for that purpose, out of Public funds had been completed. 16 years later, the government officers are yet to relocate. Reason – fear of Nalavar caste culture. Those like Shakthi, are celebrated by the ‘educated’ class and they are overwhelmingly supported by Australian media

As per ABC:

‘The epic family drama won 14 major awards, including seven Helpmanns and the $100,000 Victorian Prize for Literature (Australia's richest literary prize).

In August this year, Counting and Cracking opened to rave reviews at the Edinburgh International Festival and Birmingham Festival.

Reward for lies! How ignorant can the global media be!


Interestingly, soon after reading the ABC review, I was drawn to the article ‘Discrimination against low-caste monks in Sri Lanka’ at https://www.themorning.lk/discrimination-against-low-caste-monks-in-sri-lanka/

As per my own Research about karma:

[Positive Karma / Heritage, comes with its own balance and resides in the mind of the developer as intuitive intelligence. It is invoked  through respect by the heirs of the developer. The negative side of positive karma is seated more deeply than positive side.   In a ‘free environment, it is invoked on her/himself by one with negative karma.

That is how we learn about others’ truth through our own truth.

Negative karma also comes with its own balance and is invoked through disrespect for the ancestor. The positive side of Negative karma resides deeper than the negative side.  In a ‘free environment, it is invoked on her/himself by one with positive karma. ] Different Logics



Friday 18 November 2022



18 November 2022

Gajalakshmi Paramasivam



‘Based on his findings, Eliot Higgins believes the events of 2014 and 2022 are inextricably linked.

"People were just turning a blind eye to it, policymakers just weren't comfortable with calling out Russia in a way they really should have done. And they didn't react in the way that could have prevented the invasion in 2022’ - MH17: Three guilty as court finds Russia-controlled group downed airliner - https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-63637625



About the source:

Bellingcat’s innovative approaches to using publicly available data and citizen journalist analysis have been particularly significant for advancing narratives of conflict, crime, and human rights abuses. We have produced investigations on these issues in coordination with partners and allies and expanded our training so that a growing corps of citizen journalists is poised to pursue these stories alongside us.  


Back to BBC report:

[Eliot Higgins, founder of the investigative platform Bellingcat, delved into the open source evidence. His team identified links with Russia's 53rd Anti Aircraft Missile Brigade, and trawled through 200 soldiers' social media posts to confirm the identity and role of many members of the unit based at a Russian military barracks in Kursk. Bellingcat shared their findings with Dutch prosecutors. He believes the trial has laid bare indisputable proof of Russia's involvement.

"I think at this point, and especially with a guilty verdict," Eliot told us, "anyone who would claim that Russia wasn't involved with this shoot down is really a ridiculous person".]


Value identified with : Genuine investigative / Research work becomes valuable to one in need. Towards this’ the Service Provider needs to NOT take any benefits – even in thought,  from the outcomes.


The link to Sri Lanka:  I wrote the summary of my investigative work as follows recently:

[I believed in Singapore Airlines, due to their training when I joined Air Lanka – then (in 1979), the  newly forming National carrier of Sri Lanka. While I was waiting to be called for an interview,  a holy elder said to me in the ‘home’ of my aunt Padma, in Colombo – words to the effect ‘Like Murugan, you are going to fly’.  Lord Muruga’s ‘vehicle’ is the peacock.

Muruga represents ‘beauty’ that pleases the eyes of others, but without any pride. Aunt Padma was such a person and hence the sage spoke to me at her home The peacock represents pride in its looks – as in ‘proud as a peacock’. In Hindu temples, the Divine power is in the altar and the corresponding animal depiction which promotes desire-based frivolous opposition is outside the altar.……….. Air Lanka called me for an interview and I had a job offer. Majority in the interview panel were Singaporeans from Singapore Airlines. Air Lanka’s  logo was peacock. Eventually, I went to Papua New Guinea, due to my performance at Air Lanka.


Interestingly, Wikipedia information on this is a mix of Ravana – the Opposition of Hindu Avatar Rama Buddhist theory:



The Air Lanka logo (1979-1998).

The initial livery consisted of red stripes on a white fuselage. The tail was solid red and sported the corporate logo, a stylized vimana locally known as "Dandu Monara" (Flying Peacock Aircraft) of King Ravana of ancient "Lanka", Ravana. as per the famous "Ramayana" mythology. The five 'tail feathers' represent the "Five Precepts" (Pancha Seela) of Buddhism and the three 'crown feathers' represent the "Triple Gem" (Buddha, Dhamma, Sangha) of Buddhism. Red colour reflects the predominant colour in the Sri Lankan national flag which represent the majority race in the country, Sinhalese. This meaningful logo was designed by Mr Shantha Saparamadu, formerly of Ceylinco advertising. This was the sole livery of the airline for nearly two decades, from January 1979 to October 1998.’


The above presentation confirms the reason why there was/is an ethnic war in Sri Lanka and why some parts of the Tamil community fought for physical separation.  To me the presentation ‘majority race in the country, Sinhalese’ meant  that is the peacock attitude of pride and Murugan followers would comfortably ride on the peacock to be a governing force in Sri Lanka. I believe I am in Sri Lanka.

Ramayana would be mythology to the non-beliver. To believers like me, it is a legend. As per ‘what happened’ Rama was the winner and Ravana was the loser. The winner has the moral authority to lead after the war.

As per Rama’s Avatar – Sri Sathya Sai Baba – the Pancha Seela  / five precepts are

 Ahimsa (Noninjury), Sathya (Truth), Soucham (Purity), Daya (Compassion) and Asthikyam (Faith in God).

As per Wikipedia:

The Five Principles, as stated in the Sino–Indian Agreement 1954, are listed as:

1.  mutual respect for each other's territorial integrity and sovereignty,

2.  mutual non-aggression,

3.  mutual non-interference in each other's internal affairs,

4.  equality and co-operation for mutual benefit, and

5.  peaceful co-existence

These principles are a strict interpretation of the Westphalian   norms of state sovereignty.

.. Westphalian sovereignty, or state sovereignty, is a principle in international law that each state has exclusive sovereignty over its territory. The principle underlies the modern international system of sovereign states and is enshrined in the United Nations Charter, which states that "nothing ... shall authorize the United Nations to intervene in matters which are essentially within the domestic jurisdiction of any state. According to the idea, every state, no matter how large or small, has an equal right to sovereignty.’


The above presentation of Air Lanka is confirmation ‘Buddhism foremost’ article in the Sri Lankan constitution and its predecessor ‘Sinhala only’ language policy. The parallel of the United Nations is the Sri Lankan government and the parallel of UN charter is the Sri Lankan constitution. The Sri Lankan parallel of member states are the communities of diverse cultures in Sri Lanka. As per the above presentation of Air Lanka, it was Buddhist airline. Buddhism promotes begging by spiritual leaders. Hence a Buddhist airline would need to beg.

In contrast I am a believer in Nallur Muruga who is presented as Alangara Kanthan / Ornamentally Decorated Kanthan (Murugan). When led by believers in Nallur, Air Lanka was commercially successful.

The Lord rewards each one as per their belief.


If the UN looks into the ‘Buddhism Foremost’ policy, it would prevent the Sri Lankan war genes spreading to regional and global levels. Every completed experience goes towards prevention.

Sunday 30 October 2022


 Mr S Yogendra

Mather & Ramanathan

Attorneys at law


Sri Lanka


29 October 2022



Mr Yogendra,




I write further to my yesterday’s letter. This morning I asked my ancestral powers for guidance in this matter, which to my mind seems like money-laundering activity.

The following facts, when consolidated, lead me to  the conclusion:

1.    Yoganathan passed away on 20 -04-2010. According to the Petitioners he fell into the well when bathing.

2.    I went in September 2010 to my husband’s ancestral home given as dowry by her father to the Petitioner Mrs Sakthidevy Mahadevan. Before his death, Yoganathan also lived in that home but had all his meals from outside.

3.     Mr Sellathurai Mahadevan who was listed as 1st Petitioner by you,  lamented with tears in his eyes that Yoganathan had not trusted him  but that he trusted Sabanathan (3rd Respondent in your list) who had custody of bank documents.

4.    I said to him that he had same rights as Sabanathan and promised to do what I could, as I had helped Senthil (eldest son of the eldest brother of the deceased) when his brother passed away and also when his father passed away. Mahadevan said that his wife had the bank statements in her custody.

5.    Then I asked Mrs Sakthidevy Mahadevan to show me the relevant documents

6.    Mrs Sakthidevy Mahadevan said that she needed the approval of her sister Mrs Saraswathy Sabanathan(4th Respondent in your list).

7.    My husband spoke to Mrs Sakthidevy Mahadevan and stated that I had all the rights he had.

8.    Later Mrs Sabanathan rang my husband and stated that he had brought shame to the family by marrying me . (The point you used repeatedly to upset me in courts)

9.    On 21 October 2010, Mrs Saraswathy Sabanathan, wrote to Barlays Bank UK -  without our knowledge. We learnt about this from the Court documents.  In that letter she asks for guidance to withdraw the funds. The Bank responded to her . This was included in the court documents filed by you.

10. About four months later, in February 2011, Sabanathan Yohananda the son of 3rd and 4th Respondents, rang us from Northern Sri Lanka and I answered the phone.

11. Yohananda (Yohar) said it  would be good if my husband (Param) wrote over his share to the two sisters. In support, he said that the other brother Tharmalingam (1st Respondent) had already done so. That handover by Tharmalingam did not ‘seem’ right to me – because Yoganathan had already shared with me his feelings that Tharmalingam lacked independence. Param also refused to oblige Yohar.

12. Yohar said that if Param did write over his share, it would be easy to withdraw monies from the banks.

13. In order to ensure that due processes were upheld, I asked Yohar to send the forms from the bank, where the monies were deposited, together with the details of bank balances. When the forms came, I realised that the monies as stated were far above the limit of Rs 500k (as stated in the form) that could be drawn without Administration.

14. Param rang the brother’s son – Venu - working in Singapore and asked him for confirmation of the information provided by Yohar. Venu  did confirm. Param said to me he was determined not to sign over his share to the sisters.

15.  When Yohar rang me again, that time, I advised them to go through a lawyer.  They hired you.

16. You (Mr Yogendra), advised us that there were monies in the UK amounting to about 100k pounds and that my husband was entitled to a ‘small share’. As per the documental evidence we had access to, through the courts, Yohar already had knowledge of the UK money  when he sent me the details but he did not include that in the list he sent me.

17. Param said that we needed to go through the Indigenous Tamil law of Thesawalamai. According to which brothers inherited from brothers.

18.  You sent us letter dated 06-12-2011 seeking our signatures to the declaration ‘We the undersigned 1. Subramaniam Paramasivam, the 5th respondent and 2. Gajaluxamy Paramasivam 6th respondent (husband and wife) in the above case, have no objections to the application made to this court by the 1st and 2nd Petitioners above mentioned for the issue of Certificates of Heirships to the Estate of the deceased Subramaniam Yoganathan.’


19. In your covering letter you have stated ‘As you are the Brother and others are sisters all of you can obtain equal shares and conclude this matter at your earliest without infighting, which will delay the whole matter for a long time.’


20. According to the Proxy, you had the authority to collect monies.


21. As per the Financial Schedule filed by you on 31-05-2011, the total value of the Assets was Rs 17,132,993.98 and Liabilities listed were Rs. 675,000 which included Rs 200,000 as Advance deposit for Legal expenses and Rs 450,000 to Mr Sabanathan the 3rd Respondent.


22. As per Paragraph 6 of the Petition dated 31-05-2011 ‘The Petitioner applies to Your Honours Court for the issue of certificates of Heirship to each of the heirs’.  No Administrative power was applied for


23. My husband attached these documents to his Affidavit dated 30-12-2011, as ‘Annexure A’.


24. Our Objection together with the Affidavit was filed on 16 January 2012. We sought ‘Administration’ and Certificates of heirship.



25. When you filed your clients’ petition in court, you drew special attention to in the Application as well as well as their Affidavit – to the fact that our children were not biological children of my husband. (This later resulted in us writing a new will – so our earned and saved wealth from zero base would not be claimed by my husband’s relatives.)

26.  On 26 January 2012 Judge Arumanayakam of Mallakam District Court asked me a few questions to verify the validity of my husband’s Affidavit. Then, the judge questioned  the Mr Mahadevan as to whether they had sent us the documents attached to the Affidavit. Mr Mahadevan stated that their lawyer  (you) had sent the documents. You, Mr Yogendra were not present in court. A junior lawyer appeared. The judge roared and stated that he would not have lawyers conducting a de facto court, outside the courthouse. 

27.  My husband’s Affidavit was set aside by Judge Gajanithipalan but the order was not released until much later

28.  We Appealed to the High Court which upheld decided that it did not have authority to address the question of ‘Administration’ of monies in the UK but upheld the District Court decision of Equal share to all siblings. That decision was delivered on 14 March 2018. The files were sent back to Mallakam District Court.

29. This was preceded by the decision on 28-09-2016 that the District Court order was interlocutory and leave to appeal was granted.

30. On 18 March 2018, Mr Manivannan who is now Mayor of Jaffna, and who then represented us in the Appeal Court, wrote to me as follows:

From: visva manivannan [mailto:vsvmanivannan@yahoo.com]
Sent: Sunday, 18 March 2018 4:09 PM
To: gaja param
Subject: Re: Judgment in Our Matter

We can get the copy by next week. We have to go before the Supreme Court within 42 days

31.  The certificate of Heirship was issued on 20 June 2018, as per your application to Court. You did not send us a copy. After repeated applications, we received ours on 15 April 2021.

32.  On 03 August  2018, I stated as follows in my letter to you:

It is my husband’s understanding that you stated as follows on the phone, in response to his letter dated 27 July 2018:


       Certificates of Heirship have already been issued by the Court

       That monies from some banks in Sri Lanka have been remitted to the Courts and that there were more to be collected

       That the Administration regarding  Barclay’s wealth monies were already underway


Would you please advise us of the current situation in relation to each of the accounts in the schedule submitted to the Court.  The Petitioners who filed the schedule seem to have misled the Court in this regard.

Would you also list in detail,  the steps taken by your clients in relation to applying for Administration in relation to the wealth of the Deceased in the UK. I draw your particular attention to the following sections of  the UK  ADMINISTRATION OF ESTATES ACT 1925…..:


33.   On 26 March 2019, my husband filed a ‘Right to Information’ Application seeking details of any Authority under which the Registrar of Mallakam District Court was playing the role of ‘Administrator’.  Your clients had  argued in Court that no administration was needed.

34. In January this year during our meeting with the Registrar of Mallakam District Court, – he said that there was no record of the death of the Petitioner Mrs Sakthidevy Mahadevan.

35. During this meeting we learnt that the monies collected from the Sri Lankan banks was about 5 million rupees

36. When we asked the Registrar whether we could withdraw our share – he said that we had to file Accounts and move a motion in Court


37. We instructed our Attorney to file a fresh application for Administration due to the amount being in excess of 4 million limit without Administration.


38. On 28 October 2022, I wrote to you as follows: ‘As per my intuition, my husband rang today, the Registrar of Mallakam District court, to find out the progress made in this matter. The Registrar informed us that you had rung today and have arranged to collect the monies of two of the parties on Wednesday. We have been informed that you had moved in Court to get the order to collect the monies. I am informing you that I seek to initiate legal action against you in Colombo regarding this matter unless you respond immediately to the following:


1.    Under which section of the Civil Procedure code have you moved this matter after the death of the Petitioner, Mrs Sakthidevy Mahadevan, in February 2021.

2.    During our meeting with the registrar, in January this year, he informed us that one of the requirements before withdrawing monies was the filing of a Statement of Accounts. As you must know, our demands in this regard, to Mrs Sabanathan who seems to have withdrawn  the monies in UK, have been ignored by her. Unless your parties have been exempted from filing accounts, I expect Mrs Sabanathan to file accounts at the Mallakam District Court. If you have a copy of the accounts, I request you to send it to us by email.



I have since decided that the Court Process would be too long and frustrating. Hence I propose to share my experience with others – especially the Sri Lankan Diaspora, to beware of effective money laundering activities such as this, in Northern Sri Lanka. I expect the Judicial Services Commission also to inquire into this – as Judge Gajanithipalan was delaying the delivery of his decision and needed a complaint to the Commission, to deliver his decision. If the Courts are continuing  to delay, the risk of money-laundering is high. My record in this regard is in the Appendix



My ‘intelligence’ in this was developed in Australia as well as Sri Lanka’s North where I was approached by those who were syphoning off  monies from the accounts of the dead. Here in Australia, the monies were getting transferred from ANZ bank to St George bank. I complained to the Banking Ombudsman but they failed to make a finding against the Banks. But due to my truth, and commitment to law, I learnt the modus operandi of such operators. This protected me from others in similar ‘business’ whom I naturally opposed.

When I got to know what they were doing and refused to be involved, I had a call from the Thiruketheeswaram temple priest I met in 2006, when I went to do the last rites of Paramanathan Shanmugalingam (youngest son of the eldest brother of  Yoganathan.  The priest called soon after the ‘client’ who said he would pay me 10% of the money which he said was from his ‘customers’. Given the knowledge I had by then, I declined. That ‘client’ called me soon after the priest and I felt that I had to go through the experience.

Later I was approached by Sri Lankan Tamils to join them, on the understanding that they were for development projects in North – a bit like Lycamobile’s ‘Ponniyin Selvan: Iwhich is extremely popular within Sri Lankan Tamil Diaspora. I did not say ‘no’ but said I would need to be paid a fee of 10% for writing the ‘proposal’ which was also an offer I made to LTTE officials in Kilinochchi when they asked me to remit money to them. In their case I offered to do it free for them. When I went back to the van – the other passengers who had agreed to pay as asked, were surprised that I was not pressured. I said that it was due to me not being ‘judgmental’ of the LTTE, nor taking any junior position with them.

The leader in the group said that they could pay me well above the 10%. I stated that my policy was 10% only. Later the coordinators of that group came over to our cottage in our temple grounds at Sangarathai-Thunaivi.  They asked for my signatures on the ‘certificates’ carrying our company name. I was ok with it as it was based on a joint project. But as I started signing, I realised that the numbers  were way above the ones trained. At that moment, the lights went off and I realized that they were not being honest with me. They never returned. That is how my truth indicates to me when some is trying to cheat me.





Yours sincerely,



Gajalakshmi Paramasivam


The Secretary

Judicial Service Commission Secretariat

P.O.Box 573, Hulftsdrop,

Colombo 12.

Sri Lanka



Mrs Saraswathy Sabanathan

'Sabanathan.Yohananda:team.telstra.com'; 'lordganesha_s:hotmail.com'  


Mr Sellathurai Mahathevan



Mr Subramaniam Tharmalingam



Kanagaratnam Ganeshayogan

Attorney at law


Mr D N Liyanage

Attorney at law


 Mr S Yogendra

Mather & Ramanathan

Attorneys at law


Sri Lanka


28 October 2022



Mr Yogendra,




As per my intuition, my husband rang today, the Registrar of Mallakam District court, to find out the progress made in this matter. The Registrar informed us that you had rung today and have arranged to collect the monies of two of the parties on Wednesday. We have been informed that you had moved in Court to get the order to collect the monies.


When I asked the Registrar – he stated that the file was in the chambers and hence he could not give further details.


I am informing you that I seek to initiate legal action against you in Colombo regarding this matter unless you respond immediately to the following:


1.    Under which section of the Civil Procedure code have you moved this matter after the death of the Petitioner, Mrs Sakthidevy Mahadevan, in February 2021.

2.    During our meeting with the registrar, in January this year, he informed us that one of the requirements before withdrawing monies was the filing of a Statement of Accounts. As you must know, our demands in this regard, to Mrs Sabanathan who seems to have withdrawn  the monies in UK, have been ignored by her. Unless your parties have been exempted from filing accounts, I expect Mrs Sabanathan to file accounts at the Mallakam District Court. If you have a copy of the accounts, I request you to send it to us by email.


Mr Yogendra, the fact that we got to know this intuitively means that it is now in the Court of Natural Justice. It happened once before also during  Nallur festival – when the Registrar had this very file open when I walked in unannounced. This is also Kantha Sashti time. To me, this process is part of the last rites performed for Brother Yoganathan’s soul to join our ancestors, so we would get their Blessings. Whoever lied in court will reap the karma. To me, it is no coincidence that Mrs Sakthidevy Mahadevan’s son did not get to do her last rites. To the extent you act in breach of Due Process of law, you also will earn Mr Yoganathan’s curse on you, on top of the curse of your Judicial Elders. Below in an excerpt from my current book on how I settle scores through my writing. That is like Jury verdict:


‘As I picked up my file I said to our lawyer ‘I am really disappointed with you.’ At that moment Mr. Yogendra who was standing next to our lawyer – at the head of the bar-table also looked in my direction – and I said to him ‘as for you’ and in  Tamil ‘I am not a prostitute’. So saying, I  walked towards the Public end of the Court.’

That was my judgment of the Judiciary that failed to respect lawful marriage, but rubbished it to ‘win’ money by cheating.

The next time we went to Vaddukoddai and were speaking to Mr Moorthi who runs a small coconut shop – this guy who was known to be talking to himself, said to Param ‘Where are you going with your wife?’ That spot was almost opposite Param’s ancestral home, given to his sister as dowry. I felt that Param’s ancestors were comforting me in terms of my true position of ‘wife’.



Yours sincerely,



Gajalakshmi Paramasivam


The Secretary

Judicial Service Commission Secretariat

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Colombo 12.

Sri Lanka



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