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The Indo-Sri Lanka peace agreement was an agreement signed on 29 July 1987 in Colombo between Indian Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi and Sri Lankan President J. R. Jayewardene. The agreement was expected to resolve Sri Lanka`s civil war by allowing Sri Lanka`s 13th Constitutional Amendment and the 1987 Provincial Council Act. Under the agreement[1] [2], Colombo agreed to a transfer of power to the provinces, Sri Lankan troops should be withdrawn from their northern barracks and Tamil rebels should surrender their weapons. [3] [4] He told a beach audience in Madras: “I have been told that no such agreement has been signed by any country in the world, at least in this century! It has no parallel in the world! Absolutely. No other government in the world could have imagined such stupidity. (Readers are asked to stand up and remain silent for two minutes in memory of the agreement).) Third, the Indian peacekeeping force, sent under the agreement, did not maintain the peace, but went to war. Fourth, peace agreements are signed between two combatants, but a party to the conflict has not been invited to sign. (IV) Sri Lanka`s agreement with foreign broadcasters is reviewed to ensure that all facilities they have established in Sri Lanka are used exclusively as public service broadcasters and not for military or intelligence purposes. For many, I remembered the black July 1983, but curiously, the memory of another July, that of 1987, despite the ironic chance of Indian Prime Minister Vajpayee, who arrived almost the same day in Colombo, where one of his predecessors had arrived 11 years earlier with a “peace agreement”. To escape a deadly stabbing by a Singhalic navy. Wisely, the current Prime Minister came only with a baby elephant that he offered to President Chandrika Bandaranaike in a solemn ceremony.

Elephants, they say, remember, but among oppressed people, memories also die hard. Neither the troops were informed of the geography of the Jaffna Peninsula, nor of the LTTE`s hiding places. There have always been suspicions that a reluctant LTTE in late July-early August 1987 was prompted to accept the Indo-Sri Lanka agreement by a secret agreement. In April 1988, it was learned that the Indian government had agreed to make a considerable amount available to the LTTE in exchange for its support for the agreement. The source of the leak was traced to the Indian High Commission in Colombo and Rajiv Gandhi`s advisor J.N.). Says himself. The timing has a lot to do with a new peace initiative with the LTTE, where RAW has taken the lead. The leak was seen as an attempt to jostle the water. It has been 23 years since the Indo-Sri Lanka agreement was signed on 29 July 1987.