Monday, August 18, 2014

Arrest the attackers of the students at the Puliparvai function! - Request to CM by Comrade P. Maniyarasan

The Tamil film ‘Puliparvai’ was made to depict the Tamil national leader Prabhakaran's son Balachandran who was aged twelve at the time of his death.
But this film portrayed like him, with the inclusion of several children wearing LTTE uniforms and taking training under the LTTE Tigers.

These scenarios are unrealistic. But in the real life Balachandran Prabhakaran was an innocent boy of 12 years old and was not at all involved in the war.

As per the original documentary film, which depicts the true story of the Balachandran’s life, which has been produced by Callum Macrae that the Sinhala racist government shot this twelve year old innocent boy Balachandran at an arm’s distance and the international figures confirmed this documentary as the most authentic documentary film.

But “Puliparvai” depicts Balachandran as the militant boy and he takes military training along with child soldiers, which is far from the truth.

The audio release functions of the film were held at the Sathyam Cinemas of Chennai on 16.08.2014. In that function, Tamil University Students were also participating in it. They were condemning against the portrayal of Balachandran as the militant boy.

Then, immediately the film's production company workers started attacking these students and injured them. Mr. P. Maniyarasan Strongly condemns these violent attacks on behalf of the Tamil national great movement.

Instead of calming those students, the film production company workers pulled them out attacked them and then handed them over to the police. The police arrested them and kept those students in their custody for one full day, without even giving any medical treatment for their injuries.

The attitude of the police is condemnable. We have registered a case against those who involved in the violent attacks; and we request the Tamil Nadu Government to arrest them.

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