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Vaiko reiterates call for referendum on Tamil Eelam

MDMK General Secretary Vaiko urged the Indian government to change its foreign policy towards Sri Lanka and called for support on a referendum to establish an independent Tamil Eelam.

Speaking at an event to mark the 114th birth anniversary of former Chief Minister C.N. Annadurai earlier this month, Vaiko said that India must ensure the Sri Lankan army is moved out of the traditional Tamil homeland in the North-East.

He also called for an internationally monitored referendum on the formation of an independent Tamil Eelam state.

Read more from The Hindu here.



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