SL Navy erects new buildings in occupied Moohoor East

[TamilNet, Tuesday, 27 March 2018, 23:26 GMT]
SL Navy is continuing to put up new buildings and bunkers within the lands it has seized from Eezham Tamils in Moothoor East of Trincomalee. Initially, the SL Navy wanted only 40 acres of private lands for its naval training base named Vidura, but then expanded its occupation covering more than 3,500 acres of public lands of Eezham Tamils. Now the SL Navy is planning to put up resorts for Sinhala tourists as Buddhist extremist monks have started to claim the places of worship of Tamils with ancient Tamil heritage as sites belonging to occupying Sinhala Theravada Buddhism. In the meantime, the U.S. Pacific Command is grooming the occupying SL Navy with a marine training programme in Trincomalee under the notion of 'military-to-military' engagement with the unitary State of genocidal Sri Lanka.

Trincomalee Map


Mahaweli, System L and B
‘Mahaweli Master plan’ currently targeting Mullaiththeevu, Batticaloa and Ampaa'rai through System L and System B [Image courtesy:mahaweli.gov.lk]
Eastern Naval Area
‘Eastern Naval Area’ as defined by the occupying SL Navy [Image courtesy: navy.lk]
The resettled Eezham Tamils, who are refused of their agricultural infrastructure and livelihood, have witnessed the activity of heavy machinery, engineering and construction equipment and vehicles inside the occupied lands in recent days. The SL Navy at Kadatkaraich-cheanai has also planted 500 coconut saplings in the occupied coastal lands of Eezham Tamils.

The pattern of Sinhalicization, and Buddhisticsation through SL militarisation is witnessed from Naayaa'ru and Kokku'laay in Mullaiththeevu to Ilangkaith-thu'rai, which is an ancient Tamil coastal village at a scenic location in the Eechchilam-pattai division of Trincomalee district.

SL President Maithiripala Sirisena, who is having the ministry of Mahaweli Development is targeting Sinhala colonisation of interior lands of Eezham Tamils from Mullaiththeevu in Vanni to the north of Batticaloa. SL Departments of Archaeology, Forest and Wildlife Conservation are coordinated at a top-level plan of alienating the public and private lands of Eezham Tamils to future Sinhala colonists.

In the meantime, Tamil-speaking people are refused of treating their homeland as merged North-East.

But, the SL Navy is dealing with the entire coast in a joint fashion as its Eastern Naval Area (EAN).

Parallel to the Sinhalicisation, demographic changes and the choking of the territorial integrity of the homeland of Eezham Tamils is the activity of Sinhala Buddhist extremist monks who claim ownership to the places of worship with traces of ancient Mahayana Buddhism of Eezham Tamils.

Such places of Tamil Buddhist heritage subjected to the occupation of Sinhala extremist Theravada Buddhists not only lose their original identity but they are also transformed into tools of Sinhala Buddhicisation of the lands of Eezham Tamils.

Census map Mullaiththeevu
The Census Map of 2012 showing Weli-oya, a recently created and colonized division of the Mullaith-theevu district as an exclusive Sinhala division. The division has now wedged the contiguity between the Tamil districts Vavuniyaa in the Northern Province and Trincomalee in the Eastern Province, while it established contiguity with the Sinhala district Anuradhapura in the North Central Province.


Batti


Kokku'laay
The location of Kokku'laay village and lagoon. [Satellite map courtesy: Google Earth]
Kokku'laay to Trincomalee
The Eastern coast from Kokku'laay to Trincomalee [Satellite Image courtesy: Google Earth. Legend by TamilNet]
Location of Ilangkaith-thu'rai
Location of Trincomalee and Ilangkai-thu'rai. The village Ilangkai-thu'rai is located at the narrow entrance to the lagoon seen at the lower part of the map. [Image courtesy Google Earth]
Mahaweli System B
System B of Mahaweli scheme targets to Sinhalicise and colonise the agricultural and grazelands of Eezham Tamils in Batticaloa. The area being subjected to occupation was safeguarded by the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) till 2007 and is known as Paduvaan-karai


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