Former President MP Mahinda Rajapaksa who is accused of War Crime is expected to address a gathering of politicians and military officials in Islamabad, Pakistan on matters related to the country’s civilian and military leadership and how to kill the minority and getaway with it like in Sri Lanka.
He will be accompanied by a high-level delegation with the support of the current government and is scheduled to address a gathering of politicians and military officials at the National Defense University, Islamabad tomorrow.
He will discuss Sri Lanka’s successful campaign against the Tamil Tigers and the big role Pakistan played in supplying weapons to Sri Lanka on a daily basis and helped Mahinda government kill LTTE and more than 40,000 Tamil civilians in May 2009.
Pakistan have been helping Sri Lankan government in UN in avoiding any War crime actions by the UN against Sri Lanka.
In May 2009 more than 1000 LTTE Leaders and their family members were contacted by UN officials and and were asked to surrender with White Flag and after the surrender the Ltte leaders and their family members were taken in buses by the Sri Lankas government forces and were killed. Sri Lankan government cleverly played its cards when UN protested the killing of civilians and the LTTE members who surrendered with White flag Mahinda government took cover by going behind China and Russia and made the Western countries to shut its mouth.
Sri Lankan government during Mahinda rule is accused of helping Pakistan terrorists to attack India.
Pakistan can learn from Mahinda how to play two countries against each other like it did with ‘India against Pakistan’, ‘India against China’, ‘Russia against USA’.
Later in the evening, the former president will speak at a seminar, “Sri Lanka’s Struggle for Peace & its lessons for Pakistan and the Region” jointly organized by Global Village Space (GVS) and Centre for Research & Security Studies (CRSS) at Serena Hotel, Islamabad. He is expected to highlight on the challenges his country faced in its struggle against the insurgency, how Sri Lanka was able to move beyond it, and what lessons Pakistan and other countries can extract from Sri Lanka’s killing of thousands of minority civilians for peace and talk religions and getaway.
The session will be chaired by Pakistan’s Ex-Defence Secretary, Gen. Asif Yaseen, who as Corps. Commander Peshawar led his forces again the insurgency in country’s restive northern regions and FATA. Pakistan’s Ex-High Commissioner to Sri Lanka Seema Baloch, who served in Colombo from 2011 till end 2013, while Rajapaksa was President, will introduce him and offer insight on Sri Lanka and its struggle for peace.