India’s Modi visits Tamil communities in Sri Lanka

On a visit to Sri Lanka, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited Tamils working in tea and rubber plantations. He pledged to support a five-year plan to improve the living standards of communities in Sri Lanka's plantations.

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    On a visit to Sri Lanka, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited Tamils working in tea and rubber plantations.

    He pledged to support a five-year plan to improve the living standards of communities in Sri Lanka's plantations.

    Al Jazeera’s Minelle Fernandez reports from Dickoya, central Sri Lanka.


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