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கிருபன் அண்ணா...

ஒரு மூட்டை சீமந்து அனுபட்டுமா? :unsure::lol:

உண்மையென்றால் ஒரு மூட்டை போதாது!

கிழக்கிலங்கைத் தமிழ் மக்களை கல்வித்துறையிலும், பொருளாதார ரீதியாகவும் மேல் நிலைக்குக் கொண்டுவரத் துடித்து எழுந்தவர்கள் "வெடி"ப்புக்குள்ளாகக்கூடாது. எனவே பல மூட்டை சீமெந்து தேவைதான் (கல்லறைகள் கட்ட).

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உண்மையென்றால் ஒரு மூட்டை போதாது!

கிழக்கிலங்கைத் தமிழ் மக்களை கல்வித்துறையிலும், பொருளாதார ரீதியாகவும் மேல் நிலைக்குக் கொண்டுவரத் துடித்து எழுந்தவர்கள் "வெடி"ப்புக்குள்ளாகக்கூடாது. எனவே பல மூட்டை சீமெந்து தேவைதான் (கல்லறைகள் கட்ட).

பிள்ளையன் தொடர்பு கொள்ள வேண்டிய இடத்தில் தொடர்ப் எடுத்தால்

ஒரு கப்பல் சிமேந்தும் காணது :P :P

இன்றும் காலம் கடத்து விடவில்லை

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கருணா குழுவிற்குள் பிளவு- பிள்ளையான தப்பி ஓட்டம்: கொழும்பு ஊடகம்

[ஞாயிற்றுக்கிழமை, 6 மே 2007, 05:56 ஈழம்] [க.திருக்குமார்]

சிறிலங்கா இராணுவத்தினரின் துணை இராணுவக் குழுவான கருணா குழுவிற்குள் உருவாகியுள்ள உட்பூசல் காரணமாக அந்த குழுவின் இரண்டாவது நிலை தலைவரான பிள்ளையான் தனது 150 விசுவாசிகளுடன் தப்பி ஓடியுள்ளதாக கொழும்பு ஊடகம் ஒன்று தெரிவித்துள்ளது.

இது தொடர்பாக அந்த ஊடகத்தில் மேலும் தெரிவிக்கப்பட்டுள்ளதாவது:

கருணா குழுவிற்குள் ஏற்பட்ட பெரும் பிளவினால் அதன் இராணுவப்பிரிவுத் பொறுப்பாளரான பிள்ளையான் கொலை முயற்சியில் இருந்து தப்பியுள்ளார். இந்த முயற்சியில் அவரின் விசுவாசியான சிந்துஜன் கொல்லப்பட்டுள்ளார்.

கொலை முயற்சியில் இருந்து தப்பிய பிள்ளையான் தனக்கு விசுவாசமான 150 உறுப்பினர்களுடன் திருகோணமலை நோக்கி தப்பிச் சென்றுள்ளதாக தெரிவிக்கப்படுகின்றது.

கடந்த வியாழக்கிழமை இடம்பெற்ற இந்த சம்பவம் தொடர்பாக தெரியவருவதாவது:

கருணா குழுவின் புலனாய்வுப் பிரிவுப் பொறுப்பாளரான சீலனையும், அதன் அம்பாறை மாவட்டப் பொறுப்பாளரான சிந்துஜனையும் கலந்துரையாடலுக்கு வருமாறு அழைத்தனர்.

கலந்துரையாடலுக்கு வந்திருந்த இவர்களை நோக்கி கருணா குழுவின் விசுவாசியான இனியபாரதி துப்பாக்கிச் சூட்டினை நடத்தியதாகவும், அதன் போது சிந்துஜன் அந்த இடத்திலேயே கொல்லப்பட சீலன் படுகாயத்துடன் மயிரிழையில் தப்பியுள்ளார்.

கருணா குழுவின் நிதிக் கையாள்கை, புதிய நியமனங்கள் தொடர்பாக கருணாவுக்கும் பிள்ளையானுக்கும் இடையில் வாக்குவாதங்கள் ஏற்பட்டதாகவும், அதனைத் தெடர்ந்து பிள்ளையானையும் அவரது விசுவாசிகளையும் வேட்டையாடும் படி கருணா தனது விசுவாகிகளுக்கு உத்தரவிட்டதாகவும் தெரிவிக்கப்படுகின்றது.

சிந்துஜன் கொல்லப்பட்ட நாளன்று பிள்ளையானை அவசர கூட்டம் ஒன்றிற்காக கொழும்புக்கு வருமாறு கருணா அழைத்திருந்ததாகவும், எனினும் கருணாவின் உள்நோக்கத்தை புரிந்து கொண்ட பிள்ளையான அதனை தவிர்த்து விட்டதாகவும் தெரிவிக்கப்படுகின்றது.

http://www.eelampage.com/?cn=31689

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இப்படி ஒரு கதையை கட்டிவிட்டு பிள்ளையான் பாட்டியுடன் புலிகளை தொடர்பு கொள்ள வைத்து தாக்குதல் நடத்தும் திட்டமாவும் இருக்கலாம்.கருணா குழுவுக்கு தப்பி கட்டுப்பாட்டு பிரதேசத்தில் இயங்க இயலாது.புலிகளுக்கு தப்பி மற்றும் பகுதியில் இயங்க முடியாது.ஆக பிள்ளையான் குழு எங்கு தான் ஒழிக்க முடியும்?

இந்த பருப்பெல்லாம் புலிகளிடம் வேகாது பிரியன் அண்ணா...

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இந்த பருப்பெல்லாம் புலிகளிடம் வேகாது பிரியன் அண்ணா...

ராணுவ நகர்விலும் அரசியலிலும் எதுவும் நடக்கலாம்.

எதிரிக்கு எதிரி நண்பன்

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Split in Karuna group reported

PK Balachandran

Colombo, May 06, 2007

The pro-government Tamil militant group led by the former LTTE commander Karuna has reportedly split, with Karuna and his deputy, Pillaiyan, falling out over money and the command structure.

Quoting military sources The Nation weekly said on Sunday that Pillaiyan had fled to Trincomalee from Batticaloa with 150 of his followers.

Pillaiyan, as the man in the field, had resented Karuna's remote control, reliable sources told Hindustan Times.

The Nation said that the infighting had led to the killing of Sindujan, a Pillaiyan loyalist who was the head of the Karuna group in Amparai district.

Sindujan and the group's intelligence chief, Seelan, were called for a meeting where a Karuna loyalist, Iniyabharathi, killed Sindujan. Seelan escaped miraculously, the paper said. The clash within the group had erupted over the distribution of money.

On the day Sindujan was killed, Karuna had invited Pillaiyan to come over for a discussion. But Pillaiyan had chosen not to go as he knew what awaited him, The Nation said.

Those in the know recall that the Karuna-Prabhakaran split in early 2004 had also occurred over the use or misuse of money. The LTTE's financel department and its intelligence chief (Pottu Amman) had alleged misappropriation of funds by Karuna, who was then the Batticaloa and Amparai district commander.

They asked the Supremo, Velupillai Prabhakaran, to take action against Karuna. Prabhkaran summoned Karuna to the Wanni for a discussion. But Karuna chose not to go because he knew what awaited him.

Instead, he split, struck an alliance with the Sri Lankan government, and formed his own Batticaloa Amparai-based politico-military organisation called Tamil Makkal Viduthalai Puligal (Tamil Peoples' Liberation Tigers).

Informed sources say that in the fight within the Karuna group, Karuna will have the upper hand because he represents the 'brand'. Given his past as Prabhakaran's deputy, Karuna is likely to get outside support and not Pillaiyan.

It is likely that Prabhakaran will try to get Pillaiyan and his men to come over to his side, taking advantage of the offer of amnesty including jobs overseas.

Pillaiyan may find it hard to survive on his own. But it remains to be seen if he will exercise the option of seeking refuge in Prabhakaran.

http://www.hindustantimes.com/StoryPage/St...+group+reported

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இதிலொரு நல்ல செய்தி தமிழினியை கதற கதற கற்பழித்து வாளால் வெட்டி கொலை செய்த சிந்துஜன் இறந்தது தான்

வினையறுத்தவன் வினையறுப்பான் என்பதற்கு இது நல்ல எடுத்து காட்டு.

இனி வருங்காலங்களில் அடுத்தடுத்து நடக்கப் போகும் கள முனை நிலவரங்கள் இதனை மேலும்

உறுதி செய்யும். பல தகவல்களை புலிகளின் உளவு பிரிவு பெற்றிறுக்கும்.

அடுத்த அதிரடி தாக்குதல் இந்த ஒட்டு கழுக்கள் மீது தொடுக்கப் படலாம் என்பது தௌவாகிறது.

மகிந்தா அரசிற்கும் இது ஒரு தலையிடியை கொடுத்துள்ளது

கருணா தனது பாதுகாப்பில் அல்லது தமது நாட்டுக்குள் இல்லை

என்று கூறியவர்களுக்கும்...அவர் ஒரு கட்சியை பதிவு செய்து

அதன் படி தனது அரசியல் நகர்வுகளை

மேற் கொள்கிறார்கள் என பறையடித்த அரசற்கும் பாரிய சங்கடத்தை ஏற்ப்படுத்தும்..

இனி பல முக்கிய தலைகள் விழும் என நம்பலாம்...

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Pillayan vows to fight both Karuna and Prabha

New breakaway group claims to have more cadres; Karuna likely to flee

By Sunil Jayasiri

Former Karuna associate Pillayan yesterday vowed to continue his fight against the LTTE while ruling out reconciliation with Karuna Amman from whose faction he broke away recently following a bitter feud.

“We will continue to fight against the Prabhakaran-led Wanni cadres but we will definitely not patch up with Karuna Amman,” a spokesman for the Pillayan group told the Daily Mirror.

He said the Karuna-breakaway group led by Pillayan and including senior military and political leaders and some 350 cadres was based in Trincomalee.

“Most of the former Karuna faction’s senior military and political wing leaders are with us. Karuna is only left with a handful of seniors,” the spokesman said.

He said military and political leaders like Jeyam, Markan, Thooyavan – the former spokesman for the Karuna faction - Eelamaran, Pradeep Master - former eastern political leader and Suranga, have joined forces with the new splinter group.

The Pillayan spokesman said leaders like Sinnathambi, Bharathee, Thileepan and Jeevendran were among those still loyal to Karuna.

“We have the full control of the military wing of the Karuna faction. We do not want to link with the Wanni’s fascist terrorists and will continue our struggle to rescue innocent Tamil-speaking people from Prabhakaran’s grip,” the spokesman claimed.

He revealed that though the initial arrangement was for Karuna to be the overall leader of the TMVP (Tamil Makkal Viduthalai Pulikal) – the political wing of the Karuna faction with Pillayan the party’s deputy leader in charge of its military wing.

“But it did not work out as Karuna did not like that arrangement,” the spokesman said. Meanwhile, it is learnt that Karuna was to leave the country with some of his close associates because of split in the faction.

A few weeks, ago, Karuna’s deputy leader Pillayan parted ways with Karuna over the alleged misuse of TMVP funds by Karuna Amman. Later two close associates of Pillayan were killed by Karuna.

http://www.dailymirror.lk/2007/05/12/front/1.asp

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Exit Karuna: Pillaiyan, new kid on the block

On the eve of an ambitious programme to resettle displaced people in the East and hold elections in the province, the military maintains that it cannot afford confrontations in cleared areas. This position was taken, even as the ‘Karuna’ group feud led to open clashes and killings in the past fortnight.

Hence, Vinyagamurthy Muralitheran, alias Karuna Amman, was advised by Military Intelligence to flee the country, as the ‘Karuna’ group was divided right down the middle.

His No. 2, Pillaiyan, who is the supreme commander of all the others, openly clashed with him. Pillaiyan, who was throughout in the war zone, even when Karuna was abroad for safety, was the go-between, between Karuna and the commanders. The military on the ground, had greater dealings with him.

Karuna, accordingly, left the country this week, to an undisclosed destination, along with trusted loyalists. He left with much resentment, even as Pillaiyan took the upper hand, claiming he would fight both Prabhakaran and Karuna.

Security Forces Commander East, Maj. Gen. Parakrama Pannipitiya, only this week, confirmed to reporters, what we have been saying: elections would be held in the East. With the East, more or less secured by the military, with the help of Karuna, in more ways than one, some claimed he had outlived his purpose and his presence was dangerous for several reasons, at this juncture.

The international community, including visiting US Assistant Secretary of State, Richard Boucher, has urged the government to disassociate itself from the ‘Karuna’ group, which is involved in abductions, killings and conscription of youth. Last week, British Minister for Middle East, Dr. Kim Howells, in the House of Commons debate said:

“Reports of the Government’s links with the ‘Karuna’ faction, led by a former LTTE commander, concern us a great deal. We believe Karuna and his faction to be responsible for extrajudicial killings, abductions, intimidation of displaced persons and child recruitment.”

However, more important, Karuna Amman was beginning to assert himself in the political domain on matters East and had even demanded for the Chief Minister Post. Karuna made it clear that he would contest the provincial council elections that are on the cards. He had also wanted to head an interim arrangement. On the merger, he maintained that it was not the government but the people of the East, who had to decide in two years, through a referendum.

Some strongly feel that the feud within the ‘Karuna’ group was covertly engineered, and efforts by the military, to openly settle the dispute in the cleared Vakarai area, were again undermined, with subsequent inspired killings on either side.

Karuna, from the day he broke away from the LTTE, in March, 2004, openly proclaimed that a separate State cannot be achieved. Afforded the protection and patronage of the State, he even duly complied with the request to remove the “Eelam” part of his political party, originally called, Tamil Eelam Makkal Viduthalaip Puligal (TEMVP).

Karuna strongly felt that the military and the government had political plans for him in the East and hence, the request to drop the word ‘Eelam’ from his party name. Not even Minister Douglas Devananda from the Eelam People’s Democratic Party (EPDP), was requested to drop the dirty word from his party name.

To coincide with the third anniversary of his breakaway, and in view of elections and reports of infiltration by the LTTE, he made the trek to Batticalao, a little over a month ago.

It appears that the military was more comfortable with Pillaiyan at this stage of things, since he had lesser political ambitions, and was a lesser known factor, internationally. Hence, the need to ditch Karuna for the present.

TMVP spokesman Azad Moulana, has also gone missing and his mobile phones are not responding. Moulana and Mangalan Master were neutral. However, in the face of the feud, the former fled, while the latter was forced to align with Pillaiyan.

On Karuna’s side, the key people are Iniyabharathi, Riyaseelan, Sinnathamby, Jeyathaan, Santhiveli Maamaa, Machilan and Thileepan, who, the military maintains, had been bribed while in France, by the LTTE, to cause the split within the group. However, others say that MI got in touch with Krishnan from London, to engineer the split within the group.

On Pillaiyan’s side are Seelan (intelligence chief), Sitha Master, Markan (Trincomalee leader), Thooyavan, Sasi and Sindujan, the Amparai military wing leader whose death was planned by Iniyaparadi who was in charge of Karuna’s finances. Iniyaparadi requested Sindujan and Seelan to come to the TMVP Batticaloa office, for a meeting last Thursday, while Pillaiyan was invited to a meeting with Karuna, in Colombo. When Pillayan, on his way to Colombo, learnt that Sindujan and four others of his group were assassinated by Iniyaparadi, he did not proceed to Colombo but retuned to safety. Seelan, who was injured when Iniyaparadi shot him, is hospitalized. Sindujan’s father, who had given evidence against Iniyaparadi, in the killing of his son, was also killed in Kallar this week. The chances of patching up now appear bleak. Even the military had mooted that Pillaiyan loyalists flee Batticaloa and Amparai and operate in Trincomalee and Polonnaruwa. Karuna loyalists were asked to remain from the lower part of Batticaloa up to Pottuvil, where there were clashes recently with Muslims. So, former LTTE strongholds in Karadiyanaru and Kokkadichcolai were to be occupied by the ‘Karuna’ faction. Batticaloa town was to be patronized by both groups, under the supervision of the forces.

Karuna was to be the overall leader of TMVP and Pillaiyan the party’s military wing leader and No. 2 in the party.

However, all these arrangements came to naught, with Karuna’s early exit and the resultant loss of influence. More than three-fourths of the ‘Karuna’ faction came under Pillaiyan, even as security forces on the ground, prevented the ‘Karuna’ faction team sent to capture Markan and others from proceeding. Pradeep Master, former eastern political leader and Jeyathaan have now pledged to support Pillaiyan. So, it is a clear case of Karuna outliving his usefulness and ending up nowhere.

As he broke away in March 2004, the LTTE Wanni leadership summoned Karuna to the north. The military, which at that time was instructed by President Chandrika Kumaratunga, not to have any truck with the renegade, for fear of stalling the peace process, even provided a chopper for him to go North.

Karuna spurned the offer and decided to stay put, until the LTTE sent a team, not only across the Verugal River but, from behind him, forcing him to flee in the face of the onslaught.

The LTTE had a mole in Karuna’s office, who passed on information that he was embezzling funds. The split in the ‘Karuna’ group is again over moneys extorted not being reported but embezzled. In the end, it all boils down to money. There have been previous instances too, where LTTE leaders abroad, were relieved off their duties, when they were learnt to have embezzled funds.

Those higherups, including a No. 2 in the LTTE, were summarily executed, when it was learnt that they were treacherous, in passing on information to the Research and Analysis Wing. However, Karuna survived, for two reasons. He got out at the correct time and challenged the LTTE on regionalism, striking a chord with sections of the Tamils in the East. However, their deeds betrayed them, particularly, when they started extorting money, introducing taxes and staging abductions.

However, what will Pillaiyan be able to offer the Tamil people? Security-wise, will they be assured security, while politically, what could he offer them? He has promised to take on both Prabhakaran and Karuna. So, the internecine war will continue, even as the LTTE is watching the feud in the ‘Katuna’ group and the military situation, since the army is bent on securing the last stronghold- the Toppigala jungles.

As of now, since Pillaiyan will continue his war against the Wanni Tigers, rendering Prabhakaran’s goal of Eelam, a pipe dream.

Tomorrow will mark the 31st anniversary of the Vadukoddai Resolution. At the 1977 general elections, the Tamil United Liberation Front (TULF) campaigned for a separate State, based on this resolution. This, then, could be traced as the beginning of the demand for a separate State.

With the incumbent Sri Lanka Freedom Party (SLFP) routed at the polls (8 seats), the TULF became the single largest political party (18 seats), earning the status of the chief Opposition party in 1977. TULF Leader Appapillai Amirthalingam became the Opposition Leader.

Exactly 30-years back, the TULF obtained a ‘mandate’ from its constituencies for a separate State, little realizing the death and destruction in store for its community.

President J.R. Jayewardene (UNP) introduced the Sixth Amendment to Parliament, that effectively meant Amirthalingam and Co. had to eschew separatism.

After three decades, you have Gajan Ponnambalam- the grandson of G.G. Ponnambalam (snr.) who is remembered for his 50-50 demand for the minority - justifying in Parliament this week, LTTE aircraft attacking targets in Colombo. Gajan’s frame of mind is understandable, since his father, G.G. Ponnambalam (jnr.), a vociferous critic of the State, was killed in broad daylight in Colombo. Equally critical of the State was a Member of Parliament N. Raviraj, also gunned down last November.

The LTTE and the breakaway ‘Karuna’ group operating in the East, is no better in tolerating dissent. Ruthless as they are, they would mow down individuals within and outside, for having a difference of opinion.

As the TULF was unable to deliver the goods, several Tamil groups took up arms. However, these militant groups were, eventually, destroyed in internecine warfare with the LTTE, which is now split and relieved from the East.

After three decades, you have both the President and the Government from the SLFP, and the party is offering the district as the unit of devolution, as a solution to separation. In 1981, the UNP Government offered the district as a unit in the District Development Councils that were rejected. In 1987, it offered the temporarily merged North-East province as the unit. In 2000, you have the SLFP and the UNP agree on devolution to regional councils, as a possible solution. We are back to square One, with regard to a political solution that is the most distant thing, in the minds of all the parties- the Government, the LTTE and other groups including the chief Opposition UNP, which is smarting under the mass crossover of its members, after a deal was struck between the two main southern parties, to work for two years, on a bipartisan political solution to the ethnic conflict.

http://www.nation.lk/2007/05/13/newsfe3.htm

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Dispute with Pillayan settled: Karuna spokesman

By Easwaran Rutnam and Sunil Jayasiri

Karuna Amman and Pillayan yesterday met face to face and reconciled their dispute after it threatened to spill over into another factional war in the east. Karuna faction spokesman Azad Moulana, who was believed to have gone into hiding after the split, told the Daily Mirror by satellite phone that the two sides had lengthy discussions at an undisclosed location yesterday and bridged their differences.

“It is true there were differences between the two. I’m happy to say it has been sorted and we will function as usual,” Mr. Moulana said without revealing where the meeting took place and under whose mediation.

However the background noise on the satellite phone of Mr. Moulana gave an indication he was calling from a busy town area. “I will be back as spokesman on my usual mobile number within the next two days,” he said

At yesterday’s meeting it was subsequently agreed, according to Mr. Moulana, that Karuna Amman would remain as the leader of the outfit also known as the Thamil Makkal Viduthalai Pullikal (TMVP) while Pillayan will hold the post of supreme commander, the position he held prior to the split.

However a spokesman for Pillayan told the Daily Mirror last evening it was agreed that a central committee consisting of senior TMVP officials would be formed to be the decision making body of the organization.

He said Pillayan and his associates would “wait and see” how things progress from a separate base in Trincomalee while the main bastion of the Karuna outfit would continue to be Batticaloa.

It will be the central committee which will ultimately decide on financial issues and military action to be taken against the LTTE, the Pillayan spokesman said.

The bitter feud between Karuna and Pillayan, who is considered the intelligence head of the organization, erupted over the alleged misuse of TMVP funds by Karuna Amman. Reports later began to surface of cadres loyal to either, including senior officials, being killed or fleeing to safety fearing retribution.

Last week the spokesman for Pillayan vowed his new leader would continue the fight against the LTTE while ruling out reconciliation with Karuna Amman adding that senior military and political leaders together with some 350 cadres had offered allegiance to Pillayan and moved to a location in Trincomalee..

“We will continue to fight against the Prabhakaran-led Wanni cadres but we will definitely not patch up with Karuna Amman,” is what the Pillayan spokesman told the Daily Mirror at the time.

Commenting on this Mr. Moulana said “I am the only authorized spokesman for the TMVP and no one else, and whatever was said earlier by others does not stand. I did not approach the media because we needed time to sort things out.”

Last week Government defence officials refused to comment on the split.

Meanwhile Mr. Moulana yesterday said the LTTE was hoping to take advantage of the split but would be disappointed to hear of the reconciliation between the two sides. Pillayan was believed to be the “brains” behind most of the operations carried out against the LTTE in the east while Karuna was focused on building a political platform to contest at future elections.

http://www.dailymirror.lk/2007/05/14/front/2.asp

யாரோ ரொம்பக் கஸ்டப்பட்டு ஒட்ட வைத்திருக்கிறார்கள்.. ஒட்டிக் கொண்டு இருக்குமா என்பதில் அவர்களுக்கே நம்பிக்கை இல்லை.. இந்த லட்சணத்தில்தான் கிழக்குத் தமிழ் மக்களுக்குச் சேவை செய்யப்போகின்றார்கள்.

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ரோ ரொம்பக் கஸ்டப்பட்டு ஒட்ட வைத்திருக்கிறார்கள்.. ஒட்டிக் கொண்டு இருக்குமா என்பதில் அவர்களுக்கே நம்பிக்கை இல்லை.. இந்த லட்சணத்தில்தான் கிழக்குத் தமிழ் மக்களுக்குச் சேவை

இலங்கை அரசுக்கு கருணாவின்ன் பயன் எல்லாம் திர்ந்து விட்டது கருணா இருப்பதும் ஒன்று தான் இல்லாம இருபதும் ஒன்று தான் ( விரும்பினா பெயருக்கு வைத்து இருகலாம்)

கருணாவின் நப்பாசை ஒரு நாளும் நடைபெறாது

கிழக்கில் சிங்கள அரசு தூர நோக்கில் செய்றபடுகிறது கருணாவோ ஒரு நோக்கமும் இல்லாம எடுத்தேன் கவுட்டேன் என்று போய் மாட்டுப்பட்டு விட்டு இப்ப சும்மா கருணா என்ற பெயர் தான். இன்று கருணாக்கு ஒன்று புரிந்து இருக்கும் இனி ஒருகாலத்திலும் வாய் காட்ட கூடாது இல்லை என்றால் சிங்கள அரசு கருணாக்கு எதிராக பல பிள்ளையான்களை உருவாக்கி விடுவார்கள்.

இப்போ கருணா வெறும் கறூனாவாக இருப்பார் பேட்டிகள் கொடுப்பார் ஆனா பிள்ளையான் அனி தான் முடிவுகள் எடுக்கும் சிங்கள அரசு சொல்வதை நிறைவேற்றுவதுக்கும் கருணாவை வெளிநாட்டுக்கும் போக விடமாட்டார்கள் இப்படியே ஒரு வீட்டுக்குள்ளே பாதுகாப்பை காரணம் காட்டி அடைத்து வைப்பார்கள் அப்போ அப்போ பிரச்சாரத்துக்காக போட்டோ எடுக்கும் போது எங்கையாவது பெடியளுக்கு முன் விட்டு படம் எடுப்பார்கள் மற்றும் படி கருனா பிபிஸி யில் இருந்து அனைத்து ஊடகங்களுக்கு யூஸ் குடித்து கொண்டு பேட்டி கொடுக்கலாம்.......... கொடுத்து கொண்டு போராட்டததை கொச்சை படுத்தி கொண்டு இருக்கலாம் இருப்பான் அது மட்டும் தான்நடக்கும்............................................

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