Update : Video: Govt prepared to face any challenge of the LTTE friendly diaspora - Min keheliya

Tuesday, 19 November 2013 - 19:14

Minister Keheliya Rambukwaella says that the Government will face any challenge with regard to human rights at any time.

The Minister said so in response to our news team’s query on British Prime Minister David Cameron’s statement of supporting an independent international probe into incidents of the last phase of Sri Lanka’s humanitarian operation.

Update : Wednesday, 20 November 2013 - 7:37
The British Prime Minister's reaction is nonsensical - says the Government

British Prime Minister David Cameron reiterated that he would support an Independent International Investigation to probe the incidents believed to be occurred during the last phase of the humanitarian operation in Sri Lanka.

The British Premier expressed these views during his address to the House of Commons today.

He made a similar statement even after the conclusion of the CHOGM in Colombo last week.

The UK Prime Minister told in British parliament today that nobody has forgotten the allegations levelled against Sri Lanka on the rights violation issue.

When our news team contacted Cabinet Spokesman Minister Keheliya Rambukwella to comment on the British Premier’s statement, he said British Prime Minister’s allegations against Sri Lanka was nonsensical.

(express): අති ශීඝ්‍ර දුමිරිය, ඉක්මන්, ඒකාන්ත, කඩිනම්, කියා සිටිනවා, ප්‍රකට, ප්‍රකාශ කරනවා, ප්‍රකාශිත, පැහැදිලි ලෙස සඳහන්, මිරිකා අරිනවා, ව්‍යක්ත, විශේෂ, ශීඝ්‍ර, ශීඝ්‍රගාමී, සීඝ්‍ර, සීඝ්‍රගාමී, හදිසි

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