I’m struggling to win the attention of international community on problems face by the Lankan Tamils: Sivanthan
[ Wednesday, 08 August 2012, 03:32.03 AM GMT +05:30 ]
“International community fails to pay their attention towards problems of Lankan Tamil people continuously face genocide attacks in the country.
Only some of the media organizations interested on the better life of Tamil people. Due to this its unable to reach news among the people.
Due to this I’m struggling to win the attention of international community” said the Sivanthan who is continuing his hunger strike for seventeenth day. Sivanthan made this reply towards question raised by the journalist from the Voice of America.
Journalist questioned about the importance of the hunger strike protest where the Olympic games were currently underway in the city.
uring the time of interview Sivanthan explained about the independent investigations, land grabbing’s, release of war criminal and also stated Olympic committee should not grant permission for Lankan athletes to take part in the London Olympic games currently underway in the London city.
Today Olympic games held at the central London. Due to this high traffic jam reported in the area. However many people gathered in front of the tent of Sivanthan at Stratford High Street DLR.
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