Tamil Nadu Attacked by Indian Media on Sri lanka IPL Player Ban


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India’s media has criticised the decision of Tamil Nadu state not to host Indian Premier League (IPL) games with Sri Lankan players, amid anger over Colombo’s rights record.

The Indian Premier League said teams taking part were being told of the move.

Players from around the world compete in the world’s richest cricket league.

Thirteen Sri Lankans are signed up to play in the nine-team Twenty20 tournament, which begins on 3 April.

They include Mahela Jayawardene, Muttiah Muralitharan, Lasith Malinga, Tilakratne Dilshan and Ajantha Mendis.

In a letter to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, Tamil Nadu chief minister Jayalalitha said people in Tamil Nadu had been angered by “barbaric acts” against Sri Lankan




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One response to “Tamil Nadu Attacked by Indian Media on Sri lanka IPL Player Ban

  1. I wrote.
    Times of India
    Dear Editor
    Your paper is on a path always of neutralizing the aspiration of the Tamil people and their leaders. The article published in your website captioned “As Chennai loses (IPL’s top game) … so will Jayalalitha” by Prashant Panda is a case in point. Please publish the following response too to his above views so that the people may be the best judge and come to their own conclusions.

    Arjuna Ranatunga and like minded Times of India through its various voracious netwroks makes known a dislike for Tamilians who want to foster a separate indentity from the mainland India (Delhi). Howevermuch you may try to ignore and suppress their aspirations they will not give up. Notwithstanding who governs they will not accept Delhi’s discriminatory rule with open arms. Be aware of this as did Karunanithi who found the people have a sympathetic ear to their counterparts in Sri Lanka who are subject to genocide since long and right at this moment. All such selfevident racially motivated veiled threats by your followers will be unequivocally trashed.
    Mohan Coomaraswamy

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