Answer :

Option C

Explanation: Sri Lanka is an island nation, south of India. It got independence in 1948. It has a diverse population like most of the South Asian nations. The population in the majority is Sinhala speakers, with about 74% and rest are Tamil Speakers. When Sri Lanka recognized Sinhala as the only official language it disregarded Tamils. They felt that they were denied equality. As a result, the relationship between the Sinhala and the Tamils strained and the Sri Lankan Tamils launched movements against the government.


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