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The workers considered low caste live in the dwellings that are away from the centre and these dwellings are called distant or lower lines.
This group consists of Pallar, Paraiyars, Sakkiliar, washers and barbers.
The social structure of the plantations resembles the South Indian rural social structure.
In general, socio-economically their standard of living is below that of the national average and they are described as one of the poorest and most neglected groups in Sri Lanka.
In 1964 a large percentage were repatriated to India, but left a considerable number as stateless people.
By the 1990s most of these had been given Sri Lankan citizenship.
The second are the Indian Tamils or Hill Country Tamils, who are descendants of bonded labourers sent from Tamil Nadu to Sri Lanka in the 19th century to work in tea plantations. Under an agreement between the Sri Lankan and Indian governments in the 1960s, around 40% of Hill Country Tamils were granted Sri Lankan nationality, and many of the remainder were repatriated to India.
In 1949, the United National Party (UNP) government stripped the Indian Tamils of their nationality, including their right to vote. The Hill Country Tamils derive their origins from a British colonial era project.