Saturday 22 July 2023

22 July 2023

Gajalakshmi Paramasivam















Tamil National Alliance ‘categorically rejects’ Sri Lankan President’s offer of 13th Amendment minus police powers - The Hindu


The question is whose democratic responsibility is it to write the Sri Lankan Constitution? The obvious answer is ‘Sri Lankans’. So why did India write the 13th Amendment to the Sri Lankan Constitution? It is for the same reason why the USA, came to rescue Sri Lanka through the IMF . In the case of IMF, the global minded younger generation Sri Lankans became the lead-medium that felt the need.

In the case of the 13th Amendment, the pain of Tamils who opposed Sinhala only law, followed by Buddhism ‘foremost’ law, empowered India as per the law of Dharma.

The law of Dharma works as per the laws of Truth. We connect to the Universal Power of Truth, through our own truth.  Hence Buddhists of Sri Lanka, who were true Buddhists, connected to true Buddhists in India. Relative power does not work naturally, beyond its sovereign borders. Truth travels beyond, place and time borders. King Ellalan/Ellra is the Common Governor who built that common Energy bridge between India and Sri Lanka. The following excerpt from (Buddhist)confirms this:


King Elara

Chola Dynasty | Anuradhapura - (BC 205 - BC 161)


Ellalan, (Tamil: எல்லாளன், மனு நீதி சோழன்), (also known as Ellara in Sinhalese, Manu Needhi Cholan, Élaezha Chola and Ellalan the Just), was a Chola king from the Chola Kingdom, in present day South India, who ruled a part of [1] Sri Lanka from 205 BC to 161 BC including [1] the ancient capital of Anuradhapura. Often referred to as 'the Just King'. The Tamil name Ellalan means, 'the one who rules the Ellai (boundary). Ellalan, a Tamil from the Chola country, is traditionally presented as being a just king even by the Sinhalese. The Mahavamsa states that he ruled 'with even justice toward friend and foe, on occasions of disputes at law, and elaborates how he even ordered the execution of his son on the basis of a heinous religious crime. Elara is a peculiar figure in the history of Sri Lanka and one with particular resonance given the ongoing ethnic strife in the country. Although he was an invader, he is often regarded as one of Sri Lanka's wisest and most just monarchs, as highligted in the ancient Sinhalese chronicle Mahavamsa. According to the chronicle, even Ellalan's nemesis king Dutugemunu had a great respect for him, and ordered a monument be built, where Ellalan was cremated after he was slain in battle.



A Sri Lankan who considers King Dutugemunu to be her/his Elder, would naturally invoke Tamil King Ellalan also as an Elder and v.v. Such is the Absolute power of Common Elders.  Hence, to the extent, Tamils, particularly  Hindu Tamils invoke their Ancestors, without expectations of current benefits, we invoke the Common power of Indian government to write laws for Sri Lankan Hindus, as part of the combined region where Common Hindu laws are practiced with belief.


Vaddukoddai Resolution 1976, was confirmed to be true in the 1977 National Elections when Tamil Political group, became the Equal Opposition in parliament.

As per the Hindu report:

The Tamil National Alliance (TNA) on Tuesday “categorically rejected” Sri Lankan President Ranil Wickremesinghe’s offer to implement the 13th Amendment sans police powers, terming his proposal for development and power devolution “another hollow promise”.


The 13th amendment if implemented with belief in Common Regional power, would result in ‘shared ownership’ at regional level. To the extent we develop ‘common belief’ we would access instantaneously, the Defence Powers of India, which is a Natural Resource available to all common believers in need. TNA would accept the proposal by President and use private security through development work, to promote law and order, in Tamil areas, as we have done in Thunaivi in Vaddukoddai area, where we harmoniously celebrated Aaadi Pooram today, in common with millions of Hindus, Universally, beyond time and place borders. It is a golden opportunity for Sri Lankan Tamils. If missed, TNA would be responsible for future ethnic wars in Sri Lanka.

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