AIADMK, DMK should have joined MPs’ team: CPI
Posted on April 17th, 2012

By Walter Jayawardhana

 The Communist Party of India(Marxist) said instead of keeping away all shouldld ensure that the Parliamentary delegation to Sri Lanka succeeds in its mission of finding a political solution to the ethnic problem in Sri Lanka.

 CPI (M) State secretary G. Ramakrishnan said on Monday that instead of keeping away from the delegation, the DMK, an ally of the Congress-led UPA at the Centre, and the AIADMK should have been part of it.

“Representatives of the CPI and the Viduthalai Chiruthaikal Katchi too should have been included in the team,”he added.

Mr. Ramakrishnan said that though the war between the Sri Lankan Army and the LTTE was over three years ago, no proper solution had been found to the ethnic issue. “Leaders of the Tamil National Alliance (TNA) have held parleys with the government 11 times in the last three years. But nothing concrete has emerged.”

Recalling the TNA’s demand for a political solution to the Sri Lankan Tamil issue, merger of North and Eastern provinces and complete autonomy for these areas, and immediate implementation of the report of the Lessons Learnt and Reconciliation Commission (LLRC), Mr. Ramakrishnan said that his party had also adopted a resolution supporting these demands at its recent conference at Kozhikode.

He said that the report the Indian delegation was expected to submit on its return should lead to a permanent solution to the problems of the Sri Lankan Tamils

2 Responses to “AIADMK, DMK should have joined MPs’ team: CPI”

  1. A. Sooriarachi Says:

    I believe Jayalalitha, Karunanindi and the Congress Leader in Tamilnadu, prefers not to see the truth in SriLanka. If they do then their SriLanka bashing statements would be in conflict with their conscience. which would have seen the immense support given to Northern citizens and the major development projects in the North and East of SriLanka, which the Tamilnadu cannot match.
    These Tamilnadu leaders have no proper program to help their own people and instead they try to deflect the attention of their people from lack of development through this method of SriLanka bashing. So it is best not to see the truth in SriLanka and thereby avoid opposing the communal politics of Vaiko, Seeman, Nadumaran etc which helps them in their political survival in Tamilnadu.

  2. Nalliah Thayabharan Says:

    Both DMK and AIADMK are corrupt. Both the parties were misleading voters by promising freebies in their manifestos for the recent State Assembly polls. DMK and AIADMK were not interested in creating jobs for the people of the state but were keen only on luring them with such offers.

    People are fed up with both the Dravidian parties as they have been indulging in corruption alternately.

    Both the parties were hand in glove as no corruption cases were filed by each other relating to their respective regimes from 2001.

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