The Hindu newspaper reports that the Indian Central Government is in turmoil.
This is due to the resolution put forward by the United States against Sri Lanka at the UN Human Rights Commission.
Several Tamil political parties from Tamil Nadu are pressurising the Indian government to support the US resolution against Sri Lanka.
The DMK party led by former Tamil Nadu chief minister M Karunanidhi and the ADMK party led by chief minister Jayalalitha Jeyaram are against Sri Lanka.
Members of these parties protested in the Indian parliament this week as well.
A journalist had asked DMK leader Karunanidhi what their response would be if India does not go against Sri Lanka at the UN session.
In response Karunanidhi had stated that they come to a final decision after holding discussions all factions.
He added that they would call for a central committee meeting to discuss this matter further as well.
He finally added that they will not hesitate to even leave the central government.
Meanwhile, Tamil Nadu chief minister Jayalalitha has stated that they are not satisfied with the Indian Prime Minister’s stance on Sri Lanka.
She alleges that the Premier has not revealed the Indian government’s stance clearly in a letter sent to her.
She added that they are expecting a sustainable solution for the Sri Lankan Tamils.