'No Fire Zone' a documentary produced by UK's Channel 4 is due to begin its screening in India today.
According to Indian Media the screening is due to commence at the New Delhi Head Quarters of the Constitutional Council in New Delhi for a period of 20 minutes.
'No Fire Zone' will be screened before an audience consisting of Indian Mp's, journalists & human rights activists.
The screening is due to be followed by a discussion where the documentaries director Callum Macrae is also due to participate.
According to Indian media reports the screening of the documentary ahead of the
United Nations Human Rights Council Session in Geneiva is an attempt to daunt the island.
However against this backdrop Indian Minister of External Affairs Salman Kurshid added that the authenticity of the photographs contained in the documentary could not be verified.
Moreover Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu Jayalalitha has requested of the Indian Centre to impose sanctions against the island whilst gaining impetus from Channel-4's latest documentary into alleged war atrocities.
Expressing his views during yesterday's cabinet decision media briefing, Cabinet Media Spokesperson Minister Keheliya Rambukwella noted that the country was victimised in such diabolical attempts since the period of the war.