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Thursday, 25 October 2012 - 19:00
Government prepared to draw unilateral decision if TNA falters.
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Former Media Spokesperson of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam or LTTE Dayanidhi alias Daya Master alleges that Tamil Nadu politicos are pummelling with the fate of Sri Lankan Tamil Nationals.

Expressing his views to the Hindu, Dayamaster quoted the interest taken by Tamilnadu politicians to preserve the rights of Sri Lankan Tamils as a charade to fulfil their own political agendas.

He also charged that Vaiko, a prominent Tamilnadu politician was propagating a notion that the Leader of the LTTE Welupillai Prabhakanaran was still alive.

Speaking further,Dayamaster asserted that there was no qualm concerning the death of the LTTE patriarch Velupillai Prabhakaran.

Moreover, during his discussion with the Hindu , Daya Master  the former Media Spokesperson of the LTTE had acknowledged that he was a factotum of the LTTE organisation.

Charging that Prabahakaran had on two occasions declined offers for a political settlement Dayamaster stressed that both opportunities were lost since the leadership of the organisation had not been confronted.

Meanwhile, addressing today's Cabinet Media Briefing, Cabinet Spokesperson Minister Keheliya Rambukwella expressed the following views concerning the Tamil National Alliance's non participation in the Parliamentary Select Committee.

Speaking further Minister Rambukwella noted that the TNA should accept full responsibility for it’s course of action.

When inquired as to how the government hoped to formulate a solution for the national issue devoid of the assistance of the TNA, Minister Rambukwella made the following observation.

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