Tamil political leaders seek India’s support

By Sulochana Ramiah Mohan

Several leaders of Tamil political parties, who met India’s Minister of External Affairs, Dr. Subrahmanyam Jaishankar, have urged India’s support in developing the North and East and the plantation sector.

They also welcomed India’s stance on the 13th Amendment, that was reiterated by the Indian guest. 

Leader of the Tamil Progressive Alliance, Mano Ganesan, urged the Indian politician to restart building houses for the plantation sector as in the past and developments in the plantations have been less focused by the State sector.

He also reiterated the ferry service between Rameswaram and Mannar and Tuticorin and Colombo be implemented as per the suggestions tabled by both countries.

MP Ganesan also pointed out that the Indian-built Glengan Hospital in Hatton would need at least two PCR testing machines. 

Welcoming India’s interest in having the 13th Amendment implemented, he also said the Tamil Progressive Alliance has made some suggestions to be incorporated in the new Constitution the Government is hoping to introduce. 


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