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It has been 24 years since the withdrawal of the Indian Army from Sri Lanka

India’s role in the Lankan Tigers war is clear proof of its patronage of terrorism in neighboring countries
Dawn International reporter
Sri Lanka: It has been 24 years since the withdrawal of the Indian Army from Sri Lanka after its defeat, India’s role in the Sri Lankan Tigers war is clear proof of its patronage of terrorism in neighboring countries. From 1983 to 2009, the Indian intelligence agency Rai provided training and arms to 20,000 Tamil Tigers.
Against which the Indian Navy and Air Force provided arms and aid to the Tamil rebels, despite Sri Lanka’s repeated protests and protests, India did not stop supporting the Tamil rebels. In the name of 80,000 Indian troops landed in Jaffna, due to widespread massacres, looting, and collective abuses by the Indian army, war broke out soon between the Indian army and the LTTE. The report stated that General Sund Raji assured Rajiv Gandhi that the Tamil rebels would be eliminated within two weeks, but despite the passage of 3 years, the Indian army faced a humiliating defeat. As a result of Operation Poon, 27,000 Sri Lankan civilians, 5,000 Sri Lankan soldiers, 3 More than a thousand Indian soldiers became the fuel of the dream of a united India. In Sri Lanka, the Indian army committed serious violations of human rights, including looting, massacres and mass rapes. Killed while more than 200 houses were set on fire. Kalvin Rajaratnam, who committed suicide on Rajiv Gandhi in 1991, was also a victim of mass rape by Indian soldiers in Velvetu Thrai, 100 by storming the Jaffna Hospital in 1987, 100 killed in 1988. In 1989, more than 40 innocent people were killed by Indian commanders in Cocoville.
The Tamil people named the Indian Peace Keeping Force as the Indian People Killing Force due to the massacre. Under this double game policy, India used the Sri Lankan and Tamil rebels for their nefarious purposes.
Indian military’s unwarranted interference in Sri Lanka’s internal affairs prolonged the civil war for the next 20 years.

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