Stalin Condemn Sri Lankans Act against Vaiko in UNHRC
DMK Executive leader MK Stalin condemned, the incident a group of Sri Lankans, try to attack MDMK general secretary Vaiko soon after he completed his address during a debate at the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva.
At the UN Human Rights Commission meeting held on Monday (September 25) Vaiko Speak up about the genocide against Eelam Tamils. After concluding his address for the second time, a group of Sri Lankans allegedly encircled him.
The act of Sri Lankans against the human rights of a Indian Tamil, within the Human Rights Commission is concern. So, the federal government should immediately condemn this act. and I strongly condemn this issue.
Vaiko participate in the council’s meet this year after a gap of 16 years. He has been denied visa to visit Geneva to participate in the programmes related to Sri Lankan Tamil people following pressure from the Sri Lankan government,
There he talk in regard to the war crimes committed during the final war in Sri Lanka, and also he pointed out that the Sri Lankan government did not fulfill UN recommendations to Sri Lanka. Also he stressed that United Nations failed to protect Tamils from genocide.
After concluding his address, a group of Sri Lankans allegedly encircled him. A woman in the group yelled at Vaiko, saying ‘that he was not a Sri Lankan Tamil to raise the Sri Lankan issue’.
Vaiko replied patiently and said, he had the right to speak up for Sri Lankan Tamils with whom Tamil Nadu’s relations were intertwined.