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Indentured Labour The plantation system as we know it in Sri Lanka today developed in colonial Assam to facilitate tea production on a large scale with a division of labour and financial arrangements more typical of industry than agriculture. I was surprised to hear Sinhalese people disparaging themselves by saying that the British had to import labourers from India because local people were too lazy to work. It seems more likely that local people were reluctant to be exploited and the British wanted a docile labour force. Immigration of Indian Tamils steadily increased and by the end of the coffee era, there wereIndian labourers in Sri Lanka.

The Indian labourer community remained separated up in the hills from Sinhalese villagers who lived in the valleys. As they had no means of electing anyone to Parliament, they ceased to be a concern of parliamentary politicians. The Srima-Shastri pact of and Indira-Sirimavo supplementary agreement of paved the way for the repatriation ofpersons of Indian origin to India.

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The Language and Culture Subcommittee aims To protect Language Rights, recognizing that they are fundamental to the safeguarding of human rights To promote a trend against discrimination due to caste difference, status, religion and ethnicity etc To launch religious, inter-religious exchange programmes and discussions that focus on the core values of religions. To protect ancient artistic traditions and traditional artisans To initiate a discussion on literature, visual art, and folk art, to promote appreciation.

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These Units formed in our functional areas are encourage to operate with the involvement of women members are concern. Commitments by women free of male influence is in the practical way is difficult to realize among community like that of Plantation Workers that is highly patriarchal. Household Wives Circles Depending on our field visits and interactions it has been observed that reasonable number of household wives among the workers families are new comers to the respective plantations. This is because due to the IOT customs a newly married wife migrate to the resident of her husband.

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