Abductions & Freedom of Speech In Sri Lanka – Jean Morgan Dompost 23/11/13
Posted on November 24th, 2013

Dr.Chula NA Rajapakse MNZM, Spokesperson ,United Sri Lanka Assn.,

Letters to Editor ,

Dear Editor,

The issue recently has been not freedom of speech but under it’s guise generating misleading reports on Sri Lanka, lacking balance .

” No Fire Zone” pays lip service to the role of the Tiger terrorists in the carnage shown and blames it mostly on the SL forces that rescued SL and the 300,000 Tamil human shields hostaged by the tigers. For balance one should see ” Lies Agreed Upon” on U tube.

Muttiah Muralidaran the famed Tamil SL cricketer at the CHOGM highlighted how David Cameron UK Prime Minister has been misled on the conditions of Tamils in the north and how the mothers in a well choreographed demonstration at his visit may also be misleading .

Julia Bishop Australian foreign minister following her visit in March was very categorical that any specific allegations of white van disappearances were from before May 2009. A commission is now sitting investigating disappearances .

The CJ impeachment followed due process and was not for opposing the President.

The agony of parents ,who never traveled in the same bus for fear of orphaning their children in one blast, or fled Sl for fear of these , is lost to the likes of Jean Morgan.

Dr.Chula NA Rajapakse MNZM,

Spokesperson ,

United Sri Lanka Assn.,


One Response to “Abductions & Freedom of Speech In Sri Lanka – Jean Morgan Dompost 23/11/13”

  1. Ananda-USA Says:

    Bravo! FINALLY some action to DEBUNK the 40,000 deaths figure in the last phase of Eelam war IV!

    But MORE THAN THAT, this census will identify ALL CASUALTIES of LTTE terror since 1982 ISLAND-WIDE!

    However, the GOSL should be careful to CROSS-VERIFY this Census Information provided by Eelamist Tamil households …. for Manipulating Records and Disseminating False Information in their Forte’!
    Island-wide household census will determine number affected by conflict

    By Franklin R. Satyapalan
    November 23, 2013

    The Secretary to the Ministry Public Administration and Home Affairs Bandara P. Abeyakoon said the government launched an internationally-recognized island-wide household census to ascertain first-hand persons affected by the conflict, gone missing and feared dead or disabled after 1982.

    He said that in the past, a similar household census was conducted ad hoc and as a result there were conflicting reports that some 40,000 to 60,000 persons went missing during the conflict.

    He said that the Director General of the Department of Census and Statistics D. C. A. Gunawardena has been tasked to implement this project.

    Gunawardena said that he was carrying out the instructions of the Secretary to the President Lalith Weeratunga who serves as Chairman of the Task Force to implement the Lessons Learnt Reconciliation Commission (LLRC) recommendations to set in motion a scientifically designed household census

    He said that the objective of this island-wide household census is to ascertain the number affected after 1982 and also gather first-hand information on the scale and circumstances of death and injury of civilians as well as all damage to property during the conflict.

    The census, funded by the government and the department, was tasked to conclude its work before the December 20, 2013 deadline.

    He said that his departmental officers at the district level were summoned to Colombo for workshops conducted at the Hector Kobbekaduwa HARTI auditorium so that the trainers could train Divisional Secretariats and Grama Niladhari officers to carry out the census scientifically.

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