London meeting should have remained an un-announced one: Sumanthiran in London

011The political meeting that is being held from last Thursday should have remained an un-announced meeting, said the TNA MP, M.A.Sumanthiran. It is not a meeting to discuss power devolution or war crimes investigation as reported in some media, he further said.

Sumanthiran said this in an interview he gave to a Tamil TV service regarding the meeting that  is being held in London, and elaborated further by saying that this is a meeting regarding the solving of immediate problems faced by the Tamil people in North and East and deciding on a time frame to achieve that.

He also said representatives of international community are participating in this meeting.

The Tamil Diplomat  had published yesterday  a news item saying that, the Sri Lankan Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mangala Samaraweera, a representative of former President of Sri Lanka, Chandrika Bandaranayake Kumaranathunge, the former Minister of Norway and the Norwegian Peace Envoy Eric Solheim, Martyn Desinger of the Foreign Ministry of Switzerland, representatives of the ITI organization of South Africa, the spokesman of the Global Tamil Forum, Suren Surenthiran , and Dr. Ramanan , a senior member of Norwegian Council of Eelam Tamils and  Global Tamil Forum with few others are participating in this meeting.

The Army supplied hard drugs during Mahindha’s regime-Sumanthiran accuses directly

The TNA MP, M.A. Sumanthiran accused directly that, the drugs were supplied to the North by the Army and that the root cause of all the disturbances in the North. The anti-social activities in the North now are the outcome of this. Mahindha’s regime is responsible for this situation, he accused directly.

Mahindha, who did not utter a word in condolence to the murder of the Pungudutheevu girl was moaning that terrorism had raised its head in the North. The protest for the girls murder were peaceful until a group from Vaddukoddai joined the rally and made it violent. When analyzing the events of the day, it is clear that the disturbances were pre-planned, he said.