Sri Lankan Tamils Debate: Ruckus in Parliament, MPs walk out

India’s stand on Sri Lanka resolution continued on Thursday hit out the government as victim attacking by Opposition in Parliament House of Lok Sabha.

UPA ally DMK along with BJP became much aggressive and walk out in debate after UPA tried to assure make a quick stand over Sri Lankan War crime, failed to assure Opposition.

The UN Human Rights Commission triggered the resolution against Sri Lanka following human rights violations and probe has started in Geneva.

Defending all, External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid said an independent and acceptable inquiry needed in Sri Lankan human rights violations issue, and India would take the “best possible” decision but could not play independent role in Sri Lanka politics.

Khurshid added that short duration is not enough to deal with a long controversial issue, even when the chances are more to back target the country in the future.

“We don’t play the policeman of the world or the big brother in any country,” Mr. Khurshid said, sourec said.

Disappointing with Khurshid’s reply, DMK throw out amid documentary and photography detailing that killing of Tamils by Sri Lanka army. The opposition asked to make a clear stand on vote for UN resolution against Sri Lanka, demanding not to ignore the LTTE issue, Tamils who are continuously assassinated by Sri Lankan Army with amid atrocities.


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