Concealing Evidences of the Structural Tamil Genocide. Mahinda (Part – 03)

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Concealing Evidences of the Structural Tamil Genocide

Mahinda Rajapakse. –President Since 19.11.2005 Until 09.01-2015 (Part – 03)

He is a Buddhist chauvinist. He was engaged in destroying the Tamil race and converting Sri Lanka to a Sinhala island.He had committed Tamil genocide in a manner, which was more atrocious than that committed by J.R.Jayawardane.It was during his period that so many innocent civilians were abducted in white vans and murdered. Also, journalists were abducted and murdered. Furthermore, Tamil politicians underwent planned assassinations.

Also, schoolteachers and students were abducted, raped and then murdered and buried. He commenced a war with Tamil Tigers, violating a peace deal by the Tamil Tigers. He also banned the supply of food and medicines to the Tamils’ homeland, this bringing an economic sanction and thereby made the Tamil people suffer with famine and disease, this committing genocide of Tamils. On top of this, by banning the supply of milk used by babies, he caused the deaths of newly born and young babies.

During the war between the S.L army and Tamil Tigers, all NGOs were sent out of the war zone, along with organisations such as the Red Cross and international news media, so that thereafter, no news could reach out anymore, and after that cluster bombs and phosphoric bombs were dropped over the Tamil people. The use of Cluster bombs, phosphoric bombs and Chemical bombs had been specifically banned internationally. Thousands of Tamil people were massacred by the use of such bombs.

Furthermore, after declaring a so called ‘safe zone ‘ for those people who were running for life as refugees, and getting them to assemble them in schools, hospitals and temples, they attacked the very same venues and buildings with motors and rocket fire and bombs and massacred all those civilians. People were murdered in thousands, including pregnant women and old people as well. On top of that many had lost their limbs and until now they are living as lame persons.

 

Murasumottai massacre: Sri Lanka Air Force (SLAF) bombers attacked a civilian settlement on 01.01.2009 in Murasumottai. In that attack 5 people were killed. On the same day ten people were killed in other attack by a Srilankan air force, that targeted residence place of Tamil people in Murasumotai in another area.

Mullaithiivu massacre On 02.01.2009, 4 civilians were killed in the attack of Srilankan army on petrol station and bus Depot

Tharmapuram Junction massacre: On 08.01.2009, 7 civilians were killed in the Srilankan army attack on Tharmapuram hospital.

Puthukkudiyiruppu massacre: On 11.01.2009, Srilankan army attacked on Tamil’s residence place. In that attack 4 people were killed On 16.01.2009, 7 people were killed in artillery shell attack in many places in Puthukkudiyiruppu area.

Puthukkudiyiruppu and Visvamadu massacre: On 18.01.2009, 6 civilians were killed by the Srilankan army attacks in Puthukkudiyiruppu and Visvamdu areas

Mullaithiivu massacre: On 18.01.2009, 18civilians were killed by the Srilankan army attack in many places in Mullaithiivu district.

Vanni massacre: On 20.01.2009, Srilankan army attacked on Tamils displaced places in Vanni area. In this attack 35 people were killed.

Mullaithiivu massacre: On 22,23 January 2009 during the war between LTTE and Srilankan government, Sri Lanka Army unilaterally announced a “secure zone” for civilians. But turned its Multi Barrel Rocket Launchers and Artillery guns towards that area. In that attack 10 civilians were killed

Udaiyaarkaddu massacre: on 24.01.2009,12 people were killed in a planned artillery shell attack by Srilankan army at the area, that was announced as a ‘safe zone area’ by Srilankan government.

 

Suthanthirapuram massacre: On 25.01.2009,20 people were killed in a planned artillery shell attack of Srilankan army at the area that was announced as a ‘safe zone area’ by Srilankan government.

Vanni massacre: On 28.01.2009, more than 100 people were killed in the Srilanka army’s artillery shell attack on the planned places, those were declared as people’s ‘Safe zones’ by Srilankan Government.

Udayaarkaddu massacre: On 28.01.2009,69 people were killed in the Srilankan army’s planned artillery shell attack on the Tamils places, where people were declared as people’s ‘safe zones’ by Srilankan government

Vanni massacre: On 29.01.2009, 44 people were killed and hundreds of people were seriously injured and disabled in the Srilankan army’s planned artillery shell attack on the Tamils resettled places, where people were declared as people’s ‘safe zones’ by Srilankan government

Muunkilaaru and Suthanthirapuram massacre: On31.01.2009, 39 people were killed and hundreds of people were severely injured and disabled by the Srilankan army’s planned artillery shell attack on the Tamils resettled places, where people were declared as people’s ‘safe zones’ by Srilankan government

Muunkilaaru massacre: On 01.02.2009, 26 people were killed and hundreds of people were seriously injured and disabled by the Srilankan air force bomber attack on the Tamils resettled places, where people were declared as people’s ‘safe zones’ by Srilankan government

Udayaarkaddu massacre On09/02/2009, 09 civilians were killed in the attack on the Udayarkattu hospital by Sinhala army. Many people were injured and lots of properties were damaged.

Suthanthirapuram massacre: United Nations spokesman Gordon Weiss told, that 52 civilians were killed and 80 people were injured in a cluster bomb attack by srilankan army at Suthanthirapuram inVanni district on 03.02.2009

Suthanthirapuram and Iruddumadu massacre: On04.02.2009, 50 people were killed in the Sinhala army’s planned air strike in the Tamils resettled places, those were declared as people’s ‘safe zones’ by Srilankan government. On05.02.2009, 5 civilians including one doctor were killed by the Srilankan army air strike on Iruddumadu hospital

Puthukkudiyiruppu massacre: On05.02.2009, more than 100 people were killed by Sinhala army’s shelling attack on the Tamils resettled places, where people were declared as people’s ‘safe zones’ by srilankan government

Puthukkudiyiruppu massacre: On 07.02.2009, including 61 patients 126 people were killed by the by Srilankan army’s artillery shell attack on Puthukkudiyiruppu Ponnampalam hospital. In that attack 238people were severely injured

Suthanthirapuram massacre: On 08.02.2009, 72 civilians were killed and 198 civilians were severely injured by the slaughter of Srilankan army

Vanni massacre: On 09.02.2009, in all over Vanni area, the Sri Lankan Air Force carried out a bomber attack. In that attack 25 people were killed and 77 people were severely injured.

Mattalan massacre: On10.02.2009, more than 36 people were killed and 87 people were injured severely by Sinhalan army’s artillery shell attack on the Tamils resettled places, where people were declared as people’s ‘safe zones’ by srilankan government

Puthumattalan massacre: On 11.02.2009, 16 people were killed in the Sinhala army’s artillery shell attack on the Tamils places, where people were declared as people’s safe zones by srilankan government. 34 people were killed and 46civilians were injured severely in the Srilankan army attack on Vallipunam and Thevipuram areas.

The assassinations carried out by the Sri Lankan army and air force in Ambalavan Pokkanai, Mattalan and Mullivaaikkal areas. 13.02.2009 27 people were killed and 116 people were Severely injured.                                                              14.02.2009 78 people were killed and 132 people were Severely injured.  15.02.2009 56 people were killed and 76 people were Severely injured.

 

Thevipuram and Vallipunam massacre: On 14.02.2009, more than 75 people were killed in the artillery shell attack of the Srilankan army, over the places, those were declared as the People’s ‘safe zone’ areas.

On 16.02.2009, more than 260 people were killed in the Srilankan army’s artillery shell attack on places, those were declared as ‘safe zone’ by the Srilankan Government in Vallipuram . Many civilians were severely wounded and millions of properties were destroyed.

Mattalan massacre: In Mattalan area, on 18.02.2009, 108 peoples  killed in the Srilankan army’s artillery shell attack on the areas, those were declared as the People’s ‘SafeZones’. Hundreds of people were severely injured

Aananthapuram massacre: In Aananthapuram area, on 18.02.2009, more than 50 people were killed in the Srilankan army’s artillery shell attack on the areas, those were declared as the People’s ‘SafeZones

Iranaippaalai massacre: In Aananthapuram area, on 19.02.2009 30 families were killed in the Srilankan army’s artillery shell attack on the areas, those were declared as the People’s ‘SafeZones’. 130 people were severely injured in two days.

Vanni massacre: In Mullaiththevu, on 21.02.2009 13 peoples killed in the Srilankan army’s artillery shell attack on the areas, those were declared as the People’s ‘SafeZones’.

Vanni massacre: In Mullaiththevu, on 22.02.2009 39 peoples killed and many more injured in the Srilankan army’s artillery shell attack on the areas, those were declared as the People’s ‘SafeZones’.

Puthu maththalan massacre: In Puthu maththalan area in temporary hospital, on 24.02.2009, more than 06 people were killed in the Srilankan army’s artillery shell attack on the areas, those were declared as the People’s ‘SafeZones

maththalan massacre : In maththalan area, on 27.02.2009, more than 38 people were killed and 65 people were severely injured in the Srilankan army’s artillery shell attack on the areas, those were declared as the People’s ‘SafeZones.

Mullaiththevu massacre : in Mullaiththevu on 28.02.2009 40 peoples killed and many more injured in the Srilankan army’s artillery shell attack on the areas, those were declared as the People’s ‘SafeZones’.

Millions of properties that belonged to Tamils were destroyed as well as swindled by him. During the final war in 2009, having declared that general amnesty will be given once the arms had been laid down, he blindfolded and tied the hands of those who so surrendered, without any distinction between man and women, undressed them all, and massacred them. On top of that, including Rev. Father Francis Joseph, those who surrendered with him, his family members and hundreds of people including children and women, who were so handed over by parents, have never been released or let known.

He murdered over 146,000 innocent civilians during the final war at Mullivaikkal. It was Hitler who had the notoriety as a person who committed atrocities and massacres in the world. But in the 21st century, Mahinda Rajapakse committed the biggest genocide. He is still agitating to make Sri Lanka a Sinhala Buddhist state until this day.

The murders and massacres committed during his time

Note: The massacres,here given are not full details. Wartime Environment more details of the massacres were missed. The details of massacres, on the basis of we collected are here given.

Intention: In the situation where the massacres of Tamils are being carried out, please please help to save our Tamil Nation to see these data s of the massacres that are given by us.

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M.kajan

International Association of Human Rights. (France)

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