Activities of migrated Tamil people encourage terrorist activities in the country: Sri Lanka at UNHRC session
[ Monday, 25 June 2012, 01:37.29 PM GMT +05:30 ]
Sri Lanka informed UN Human Rights Council that the activities of migrated Tamil people encourage terrorist activities in the country.
It was blamed during the 20th session of UN Human Rights Council Lankan officials fail to answer the question raised by the UN Human Rights diplomats on the human rights situation before and after the war in the country.
Journalist of the Transitional government of Tamil Eelam stated during the debate on the report of UN diplomats Lankan government informed war crime allegations and genocide attack were carried out against terrorist of the country.
Lankan representative further said fund collection of migrated Tamil people and people protests have raised tense situation in the country. Such activities of migrated Tamil people have criticized the law and order of their countries
Journalist stated at the session SriLanka express its anger over western nations.
Report read by the Lankan representative stated NGO’s engage in human rights violation activities in the country and also blamed this was a activity carried out by the local and international groups against the country.
Before the war we were aware on faces of NGO organizations works in SriLanka and also blamed these NGO’S supports and receive helps from the countries which organize various parties for them.
Lanka also warned such activities would encourage terrorism in the world.
It’s the responsibility of each international country to protect the human rights of their people which would be affected from the terrorism, Law and order of a particular nation should not affect or cause terrorism fear for people in another nation.
Normal civilians should not affect from the terrorism. At present SriLankan has reconstructed the lives of war victims in our country.
Diplomats stated report read by the Lankan representative at the UNHRC session clearly proves the threats faced by the Lankan government on protest carried out by the migrated Tamil people in various parts of the world.
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