Answer :

Majoritarianism refers to the rule of a group of majority, also implying the powers exercised by those who are a part of the majority, such as the Sinhalas in Sri Lanka.   The Tamil people felt alienated because the government of Sri Lanka did not recognize their rights and criticized them. All the rights were only enjoyed by the Sinhala population. Thus, the political reforms made the Tamil speakers alienated.


They established sinhala supremacy.

Sinhala as only official language.

Preferential policy for sinhala applicants.

They protect faster Buddhism in Sri Lanka.

Tamil people not treated equally.

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