SRI LANKA HUMAN RIGHTS COMMSSION, IS IT DROPPING THE PILOTS TO BOOST THE MORAL OF THE LTTE SUPPORTERS?
Posted on October 1st, 2018

RANJITH SOYSA

Sri Lanka Human Rights Commission has failed the Nation’s armed forces by not screening the applicants to serve on foreign peace missions. SLHC is either not willing to handle this subject effectively may be to support the UNHRC strictures or due to SLHRC’s own local agenda to punish the ‘human rights violators’ of the armed forces.

Rear Admiral Sarath Weerasekera , a respected individual who was a member of our heroic forces which defeated the terrorist LTTE in liberating 21 million Sri Lankans had spoken of this sorry state of affairs  at the recent UNHRC sessions .

Mr. President,

Regarding Sri Lanka , the UPR’s appear to be of a vengeful nature against the forces that defeated LTTE. Instead of punishing the terrorists as a deterrent, the very soldiers who fought them are targeted.,,,

The Human Right Commission in Sri Lanka abstain from giving clearance to Army and police officers selected for UN peace keeping mission. Col. Hewage , a recipient of 7 gallantry medals, 101 Army men and 11 police officers still awaiting clearance since 6th March. The only crime they committed was fighting the terror. Isn’t it hilarious or contemptuous that men who brought peace to the country are denied peace keeping by UN?

The head of Sri Lanka HR commission is biased and her conduct boost the moral of LTTE diaspora.

The UK and USA men fighting terrorism are not treated like us. Aren’t you violating the principal of impartiality? Aren’t you insulting our sovereignty witch your mandate require you to respect…”

When SLHRC is continuing  to draw a veil of this important issues, it is not strange that that the subject had to be brought before an international forum for their information.

We request SLHRC to issue a clarification on this important and vexed issue explaining why the screening process has come to stand still.

Is the SLHRC  incapable of handling the screening process or it is acting in line with the OISL resolution based on questionable sources?

The men of the armed forces who served the nation awaits an opportunity to work in the peace missions and earn extra money to look after the needs of their kith and kin. This is a human issue.

RANJITH SOYSA

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