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Rishaமறிச்சுகட்டி முஸ்லிம் மீள்குடியேற்ற மீள் குடியேற்றம் : செம்டெம்பர் மாதம் 16ஆம் திகதி நீதிமன்றத்தில் ஆஜராகுமாறு கைத்தொழில் அமைச்சர் ரிஷாட் பதியுதீனுக்கு மேன் முறையீட்டு நீதிமன்றத்தினால் இன்று செவ்வாய்க்கிழமை, நோட்டீஸ் அனுப்பிவைக்கப்பட்டுள்ளது.

வில்பத்து சரணாலயத்தில் அவரினால்  முன்னெடுக்கப்பட்டதாக கூறப்படும் ”சட்டவிரோதமான காட்டழிப்பு மற்றும் சட்டவிரோதமான மீள் குடியேற்றம்”  தொடர்பில் தாக்கல் செய்யப்பட்ட ரிட்மனுவை விசாரணைக்கு உட்படுத்திய போதே நீதிமன்றம் மேற்கண்டவாறு நோட்டீஸ்  அனுப்பியுள்ளது.


Written by lankamuslim

ஓகஸ்ட் 4, 2015 இல் 9:45 முப

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  1. This is very sad news for not only Hon Leader Bathudeen Rishad Bathudeen but also entire Northern muslims.
    May Allah strenthen Leader Rishad’s heart to simply tacle the obstacle.
    Rishad Sir, your motivation must be absolutely be compelling in order to overcome the obstacles that will invariably come your way.

    There seems to be no doubt that these environmentalists and others with political ambitions have swallowed the bitter pill of racism that has been dispensed by the Bodu Bala Sena and other extremist Buddhist groups.

    Hardliners and media groups began to accuse their resettlement and claimed it was an illegal resettlement and violation of wilpattu national forest, though the Muslims hold their deeds (legality documents) to prove the ownership and to live in their own place.
    The Government agent and other state officials from the area have confirmed that there has been no land grab from unallocated land and all resettlement processes were undertaken with state approval.
    According to wild life authority, the village Marichukatti which is located next to Willpatu forest is belonged to the forest under the gazette in 2012. while we are having our land deeds (legal documents) how could the former environmental ministry encroach this land into Wilpattu national forest.

    In the case of IDPs in Sri Lanka both the Sinhalese and Tamil IDPs were resettled or relocated by the Sri Lankan government, but no proper plan or attempt made by the government or international organizations to resettle the protracted Muslim IDPs in their homes. It seems that there are no equal rights or pluralism in terms of resettlement among various ethnic IDPs in Sri Lanka.
    It seems that the Muslim IDPs who went back to their previous home in Marichukatti faces lot of issues regarding the resettlement and livelihood. Resettlement is very challenging even within their own land which was belonged to their forefathers over 100 years. There are some remaining (old mosque, broken houses, etc) which shows that earlier there was a Muslim settlement. Moreover, almost all residents in Marichukatti village hold their legal deeds which show they are legally entitled to live in their home.
    In fact, the accusation from media and disturbance from wild life authority is a violation of fundamental rights of this Marichukatti people.
    In addition, the government undertook many other projects that destroyed the environment and the impotent environmentalists chickened out and retreated with their tails stuck between their legs because of the fear they had for the rulers of the last decade.
    Today, these cardboard warriors have teamed up with racist extremists and people with vested political interests to settle old scores to attack the resettlement of the Muslim internally displaced persons from the Northern province.
    Where were the brave environmentalists who now claim that there is rape of the Wiplattu Wild life reserve when the nature and wildlife in the entire Hambantota district was destroyed by the previous administration.
    The expulsion of Muslims was inadequately integrated into the historical narrative of the conflict in Sri Lanka. Close to 70,000 people were driven out of the Northern Province by the LTTE within a two-week period without prior notice, with no opportunity to transfer assets. Some lost their lives on the journey and many lost their futures.

    It is a welcome move that the President has taken the initiative to intervene in this crisis. It is important that a proper commission of inquiry is set up to fast track this resettlement programme for the Muslim IDPs. This commission should also provide the opportunity for public submissions and the whole process needs to be expedited. Failure would mean many more years displacement.

    Rasmin Kamarudeen

    ஓகஸ்ட் 5, 2015 at 12:56 முப

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