Sivanthan's hunger strike continue for fifth day: South Indian leaders urges support
[ Thursday, 26 July 2012, 02:00.32 PM GMT +05:30 ]
Sivanthan Gopinath continue his fifth day hunger strike to inform international about genocide attack which carried out against Tamil people since 1948 – 1983 July and 2009 May in Tamil Eelam.
Leader of the Tamil National Organization Paza Nedumaran stated it’s the duty of British Tamil people to support and achieve victory in the hunger strike of this youth. This youth and the human rights activist have dedicated his life for his own community.
Many leaders from South India also casted their support towards hunger strike carried out by the Sivanthan.
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