Indian PM has to consult Kurshid on attending CHOGM
Posted on March 31st, 2013

Asada M Erpini

 Media reports dated 30 March mention that Mr. Manmohan Singh, the Prime Minister of India will discuss with his Minister of External Affairs the issue of his participation at the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM), to be held in Colombo later in the year. Obviously the learned gentleman is undecided, and he needs the help of others to arrive at a decision.

 There are millions of peace-loving Sri Lankans who are ready to help the Indian Prime Minister in the dilemma he is facing, and who can help him get out of the quagmire. In a few short sentences they will say, “Thank you very much. Please do not come. No Sri Lankan is going to miss you. Spend that time mollycoddling Jayalalitha, Karunanidhi, Vaiko, Nedumaran and others of their ilk from Tamil Nadu”.

 

 

3 Responses to “Indian PM has to consult Kurshid on attending CHOGM”

  1. Mahinda Wickramarathne Says:

    inida has no foreign policy on sri lanka = that’s why they changed the recent Geneva resolution going from one extreme to another. the moment tamilnadu shouts their foreign policy on sri lanka changes. this shows 13the amendment that they imposed on us forcibly (under curfew) is also fraud – they wanted it not to help sri lanka but to suit their own domestic agenda. why keep this rubbish anymore, we are sri Lanka not india. india is too big = provincial councils work for them not tiny sri laanka. old jrj fox was a stupid man to consent to 13A. we all suffer because of his stupidity

  2. jayasiri Says:

    As many in Sri Lanka & other Lankans in various parts of the world, have spoken & its same old tune we say. GET RID of this draconian measure.

    It is grave mistake even to have an imposed ammendment by a foreign power, on a democratically elected Soveriegn state(Sri lanka). Just necause India is closer to our country than any other, they always assume that we will accept imferior products & equipment, and our counrtry has become a dumping ground for their exports.

    It is time Sri lankans say it loud & clear we do not want, nor we ever legalise the 13th ammendment. As South Korea has already explicitly said Sri Lanka needs Asian countries, to understand & support. Not to blackmail, find an issue to keep another country under obligation for ever.

    I find it quite amusing that so far no politician has dared to speak against this 13th ammendment. It is time to get rid of it and see the outcome. If India intervenes, lets them do it under their peril. Our President knows about what to do if India dare enter into confroontations.

    Thanks again for opportunity to express my views on the matter……..~ another concerned expat from Canada.

  3. Dilrook Says:

    India’s foreign policy has been hijacked by Tamil Nadu. Language policy of India was snapped by Tamil Nadu. To this date Indian official communications are made in Hindi to all the states except TamiI Nadu that insists on rejecting Hindi and still continues in English. India’s maritime policy has also been hijacked by them. Same fate for India’s refugee policy, water management policy and education policy.

    Is that all? There is a growing body of evidence India’s defence policy has also been hijacked by Tamil Nadu once again (1987 was the previous occasion).

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