India's stand with regard to the proposal presented by US-led Western Countries to the Geneva Human Rights Council session against Sri Lanka is scheduled to be revealed today.
Indian reports said that India's Foreign Minister S. M. Krishna would make this statement at the Indian parliament today.
While discussion was held with regard to Sri Lanka at the Indian Lok Sabha yesterday the house was adjourned on two occasions as a result of a tense situation that had cropped up due to continual interruptions made by MPs in parliament.
D.M.K led by M. Karunanidhi had proposed the motion demanding that discussion about Sri Lanka should be held at the Indian Lok Sabha.
However the DMK and the ADMK have by now issued a statement to the effect that they would boycott parliament till the Indian stand about the proposal against Sri Lanka is revealed.
Meanwhile, a special dinner was hosted by the Indian Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh last night.
Indian media reports pointed out that many representatives including T.R. Balu of the DMK Party had participated at this dinner which was held at the Prime Minister’s Official Residence.
Views and opinions were also expressed with regard to Sri Lanka.
Meanwhile, the Media Spokesperson for the President Bandula Jayasekara has revealed the stance of the Sri Lankan Government following the heated situation which arose in the Indian parliament yesterday regarding Sri Lanka.
Participating at an interview with ‘Times Now’ channel, the Media Spokesperson for the President stated that India will not act against Sri Lanka and that India is a relative of Sri Lanka.
The Presidential Media Spokesperson stated that India has a clear understanding on Sri Lanka.
The Media Spokesperson for the President Bandula Jayasekara also stated that the Tamil Nadu parliamentarians have been misled.
Speaking further the Media Spokesperson for the President had also stated that the President had invited Tamil Nadu representatives to visit Sri Lanka and witness the true situation by themselves.