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Inflammatory speech: Cong men lodges complaint against Vaiko

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Chennai, Aug 23 (UNI) Two Congress functionaries of Chennai today filed a complaint against Marumalarchi DMK (MDMK) General Secretary Vaiko for making inflammatory remarks against the Sri Lankan Government in the Tamil issue.

In their complaint, Mr Ravi of Tiruvanmiyur and Mr Paul of Singaperumal Kovil lodged a at Mambalam police station saying Mr Vaiko's alleged remarks would affect the country's sovergnity and integrity.

Mr Vaiko made remarks at a public meeting, organised by his party here yesterday, to condemn the killing of 61 school girls at an orphanage at Sencholai, Mullaitivu in the island nation recently by the Sri Lankan Army.

Mr Vaiko, a staunch supporter of the outlawed Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), in his speech warned India of 'creation of Kashmir in the south', if the Tamils in Sri Lanka suffered and failed to get 'Tamil Eelam'.

''Don't create a Kashmir in the South'', Mr Vaiko said at a public meeting here last night.

Asserting Tamil Eelam was the only solution to the problem in the island nation, the MDMK leader said India should not offer any military assistance to the Sri Lankan Government, which would be utilised only to kill the Tamils.

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