Declaration of Ilakku on 12th Memorial of Tamil Genocide in Mullivaikkal

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We Ilakku, who are committed to working peacefully for the redemption of the rights of Eelam Tamils ​​based on democratic principles, remember 18.05.2009, the first World Genocide Day of the 21st Century, the genocide of Eelam Tamils ​​at Mullivaikkal.

Today is the bloodshed day in the history of humankind, the 12th memorial of the Tamil genocide. On this day, the war announced by the Sri Lankan government on the Eelam Tamils who came seeking asylum in the high safe zones where they were humiliated, made Naked, gang-raped, tortured to death, buried alive, bombed using cluster bombs, and chemical weapons.

On this day, Ilakku is ready to travel for the justice, peace, and safety of the working class Eelam Tamils with all the Tamils around the world, unions, and all the countries by putting forward the following agendas.

Through Colebrooke’s political system in 1833, the Imperialistic British colonial government in Sri Lanka unified two separate Tamil-Sinhala nations into one nation without asking the opinion of Tamils. From this Sinhala majoritarian rule shaped with the Manning commission of 1921 which is known as the first seed of annihilation of Eelam Tamils. It is the Sinhala Buddhist regime that has been evolving for over a century since then that has given Sinhala governments the power to annihilate Eelam Tamils. Therefore, it is important to explain to all countries, including Britain, that the Eelam Tamil issue continues to be an unresolved issue of the colonial era and to work to restore a secure peace for the Eelam Tamils.

Working with the people in Tamil Nadu and other states to demand India to restore a secure peace for the Eelam Tamils ​​by developing approaches that make it clear to India that it is India’s duty to assist the secure peace of the Eelam Tamils ​​as India approaches the Eelam Tamil issue with regional management.

Working through the development of a National Media for Eelam Tamils ​​to develop a consensus among the United Nations and its member, which are thinking that the Eelam Tamils issue is a domestic issue, by showing that how Sri Lanka continues to annihilate Eelam Tamils ​​and that the Eelam Tamils issue needs to be resolved internationally.

Working to unite the diaspora Eelam Tamils, who are the majority of the world’s Tamil population, and provide Eelam Tamils ​​with social capital, intellectual and technological development to empower the Eelam people at home. In this way, realizing the reality that the world countries will help solve the problems of the Eelam Tamils ​​by developing them into society as contributors to the world market. working to create the necessary structures in all the countries where Eelam Tamils ​​live.

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