No problem as long as tamils believe they belong to sri lanka
Tamils dont believe they belong to Sinhala lanka when even the DEAD needs permission to be buried...
We even need permission to bury our dead':
With one soldier for every 10 civilians, life on the peninsula does not yet bear the hallmarks of peace. Tensions run high as the Sri Lankan army maintains tight control over the region through checkpoints and military bases.
In Jaffna, the animosity is palpable. 'The military are supposed to have no administrative duties here,' said Anpu, 22, a student who did not give his surname. 'But they interfere every day we even need their permission to bury our dead.' Accusations of political abductions and the harassment of civilians continue. The destruction of symbolic Tamil sites including a Jaffna graveyard containing the bodies of 2,000 LTTE fighters, which was bulldozed to make way for an army base in 2010 has further strained the social fabric.
Edited By - chennaiguuy - 28 Jun 2012 22:29:38 GMT