Tamil Chief Minister needs Governor’s permission to meet Indian PM

Northern army camps cannot be dismantled  at Vigneswaran’s insistence– Keheliya

Chief Minister has to inform Governor before going to India

MAHINDA LIAR 2Addressing the media at the Cabinet Press Briefing held in Colombo, Mass Media and Information Minister Keheliya Rambukwella stated that the Chief Minister of Northern Province, C. V. Wigneswaran should take the permission of the Governor before leaving for New Delhi to meet Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

The Government is showing panic due to exposure of its racist policies on the minorities. They do Not want any Tamil Leaders to meet the Indian PM  Modi end expose there racist policies on the minority. The Sri Lankan government and its President promised to implement the 13th amendment of the constitution in full give more rights to the minority who have been discriminated by the successive Sinhala governments since its independence 14th February 1948. After the Tamil leaders failed through democratic methods the LTTE was formed to fight for the rights of the Tamil community. 
_50729364_relatives-of-the-missingIn May 2009 President Mahinda promised India and the western world leaders that he will implement the 13th amendment of the countries constitution in full and more rights to the Tamil community if he allowed to kill the LTTE. Hence the world leaders trusting him turned a blind eye and Sri Lankan forces killed more than 40,000 Tamil Civilians and more than 10,000 LTTE members in May 2009 alone. The UN negociated White flag surrender of more than 1000 LTTE Leaders and their family members and after the surrender they were killed by the Sri Lankan forces which has brought NO confidence in the UN negotiations in the future. Now the Sri Lankan President is trying to cover the the war crimes crimes committed by its forces on the Tamil community.
imagesFive years have passed and the President Mahinda a man known for NOT keeping his promises is now refusing to even implement the 13th amendment of the  current constitution of the country as promised by him in May 2009. President Mahinda Rajapakshe is taking cover from support of China and Russia who have supported the killing of the Tamil community and are continuing to discriminate the minority. 
Responding to a query on media reports regarding Mr. Wigneswaran’s possible visit which had come up in the Tamil National Alliance’s (TNA) recent meeting with the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi, Minister Keheliya Rambukwella said the Chief Minister should ask the Governor of the Northern Province as he was the representative of the President.