Chennai, Feb. 6 (ANI): The two-day World Tamil protection conference commenced here on Saturday.
Earlier, the Madras High Court granted the permission World Tamil Forum to hold the conference.
Delegates from various Tamil organisations in Malaysia, Singapore, Sri Lanka, etc. participated in the first sessions.
The conference is organised by K. Krishnasamy, leader of Puthiya Tamilagam (PT).
P. Ramasamy, Deputy Chief of Penang (Malaysia) inaugurated the conference.
Ramaswamy informed the media that the formation of World Tamil Protection Centre (WTPC) for safeguarding Tamilians living across the world.
"Whatever situation emerged in Sri Lanka should have never happened to any Tamilian anywhere in this world. It should be a lesson hereafter that nobody should dare to touch any Tamilian in any part of this world,"said Sivakami Devi, a delegate from Singapore.
More women like us should come forward and join hands to fight for our rights. The intentions of this conference is to protect the Tamilians across the world," she added.
A photo exhibition on Liberation Tigers of Tamil Elam (LTTE) and Sri Lanka was also put up in the conference. (ANI)