Tamil Tiger Supportive TNA Dismayed By UN Report Delay? An Eye Opener For the Administration Not to Grant Too Many Concessions!
Posted on February 18th, 2015
Insight By Sunil Kumar,
TNA Legislator Suresh Premachandran has indicated to the global media that the decision to postpone the report will be a setback to resolve the” Tamil issue” in the island.\ where the so called “Tamil Issue” appears to be categorically a push by the secession minded TNA towards fortifying their resources and readying for another overwhelming attempt towards their objectives and something the Government needs to stem with every available means to prevent this quite apart from the time taken to put together a response to the UNHCR questionnaire which in a relative sense is worthless as the Government was acting very legitimately to defend Sovereignity and territorial Integrity regardless of the lies and innuendo presented by those finger pointing at the measures taken by the then Government.
Although the rhetoric emanating from the TNA camp suggests that “The TNA will discuss this matter and seek a meeting with the council soon to raise our concerns. If some countries have backed this postponement then it is totally unacceptable. This is going to be a setback to resolve the Tamil issue in the country. Unfortunately justice has been delayed,”as Premachandran of the TNA has said, it is also seems indicative of a setback towards their ultimate goal of secession where time could be of the essence in a political climate which appears to be somewhat circumspect in Sri lanka today!.
The UN Human Rights Council however said that the postponement of the report till September will be a “one time only” delay and the push for accountability will remain. Something which the Government of Sri Lanka as well as the previous one has always maintained is an internal matter which needs no UN involvement.
TNA Leader R. Sampanthan has said that he hoped the decision to delay the report would be a one time only delay and it will give time to the government to use the technical skills of the UN to conduct its domestic probe which sounds like an inveterate lack of knowkledge relative to the issue ( what UN technical skills is he talking about in an internal matter concerning Sovereign Sri Lanka with a Sinhala majority) where the TNA could end up being incarcerated for their part in the LTTE terror conflict in their effort to hurry up proceedings.!
Technically there should be no concerns about how long the delay takes as the end result will in all probabilities be the same and inconclusive as Sri Lanka addresses cardinal issues that were displaced by the Tamil Tiger terrorist inslaught which brought so much destruction to life, limb and property in Sri Lanka.
The Tamils realistically have had their justice set in place by the Rajapaksa Administration and it is now upto the present one to assure continuity without the interference of the TNA who will most assuredly continue to attempt ursurping the process of justice in Sri Lanka as they have done throughout their existence with a little help from friends around the globe.