was popularly known as "Three Stars", indicating the three ethnic communities living in the traditional Tamil homeland, and it was a breakaway group of PLOTE, formed under the tripartite leadership of "Paranthan Rajan" alias Gnanasegeram, Eeswaran and Douglas Devananda, formerly of the EPRLF.
Mr.G.Gnansekaran, President of ENDLF proposed the re-activation of the Indo-Sri Lankan Accord of 1987 and the related settlement proposals agreed to by India and Sri Lanka.
ENDLF delegates presented the following alternative to the third paragraph:
An informal session of conference delegates was held after the dinner hosted by the ENDLF President Mr Gnasekaran.
In a strongly worded statement, the Bangalore event organizers, ENDLF, said that the order hurt the feelings of Tamils, calling it a 'blessing in disguise'.
This again can be called a blessing in disguise" ENDLF said.
Given below the Tamil and English version of the proposed National Anthem by the ENDLF:
Resolutions passed unanimously in the two-day extra ordinary meeting conducted by ENDLF on the November 13 and 14, 2010 in Bangalore, India.
Devananda left the ENDLF and formed the Eelam People's Democratic Party after the Indo-Sri Lanka Accord was signed.
The opening of offices by the EPRLF, PLOTE, ENDLF and TELO under the protection of the IPKF was considered as a threat to the LTTE.
The Tamil United Liberation Front coalasced with the Eelam People's Revolutionary Front (EPRLF), Eelam National Democratic Liberation Front (ENDLF), and Tamil Eelam Liberation Organization (TELO) and they all contested in the TULF banner in the elections ninth parliamentary general elections.