TULFTamil United Liberation Front
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Contrary to what has been stated, it was the LTTE that carried out attacks against Tamil political leaders, Tamil academics and school principals, Tamil police officers including reputed Tamils such as Mayor Duraiappa, TULF leader Hon.
On the other hand extreme political groups such as the TULF led by Veerasingham Anandasangaree, PLOTE led by Dharmalingam Siddharthan and EPDP led by Douglas Devananda, seem to be rejoicing over the repeated defeats of the LTTE in the battle front.
Following the death of Chelvanayakam in 1977, the mantle of the TULF leadership fell on A.
This knowledge further contributed to "the otherwise inexplicable insistence of Tamils on a unification of the NP [Northern Provinces] and EP [Eastern Provinces]...."(39) Shastri's argument, unfortunately, fails to explain why the means of achieving eelam shifted from political demands (as espoused by the political party TULF) to violence.
Anandasangaree, Secretary General - TULF, castigates R.Sampanthan MP and the Leader of the Tamil National Alliance, alleging that Sampanthan has no moral right to remain in Parliament.
he TULF, once the united frontof all Tamil moderate groups, fragmentedafter the elimination of topleadership.
The formation of the TULF at that time was a compelling need, to bring the two parties under one banner and was acclaimed as a great achievement, by the Tamils spread all over the world.
Anandasangaree, Secretary General wrote to TULF Leader R.
Anandasangaree, a veteran Tamil Leader in a statement pointed out that "It was at this election that Democracy got completely derailed in the North and the East, never to regain its past glory gained by great sacrifices of the TULF Leaders.
Colombo, June 16 -- Secretary General of the Tamil United Liberation Front (TULF) V.
They said that the real reason that they were proscribed was because they most resolutely opposed the Eelam demand of the TULF and the Tamil militant organizations.
At the last Jaffna Municipality elections Ilankai Tamil Arasu Kadchi (TNA) won 16 members, while Tamil National Front received 13 seats, EPDP 10 seats - other parties, UNP 3, SLFP 2 and TULF 1 seat.