Friday, 31 January 2014 - 13:01
The Labour party of the UK also demand an investigation on Sri lanka.
The United States and the United Kingdom have already confirmed that they would bring in an anti Sri Lanka resolution to the Geneva Human Rights sessions in next March.
The LTTE proxies have already been preparing the ground work to facilitate the U.S. and the U.K. in their move against Sri Lanka.
One step of the LTTE proxy move was the meeting between the British Tamil Guild and the British main Opposition party leader and leader of Labour Party yesterday.
At the end of this meeting, Labor Party leader Edward Milli-band made a statement demanding an international probe on Sri Lanka.
Mili-band also stated that his party would put heavy pressure on the UK Government to bring the anticipated anti Sri Lanka resolution at the Geneva sessions.
Besides, he has demanded the UK government to fulfill what Prime Minister David Cameron promised during his visit to Sri Lanka.
Edward Miliband is the brother of David Milliband.
Edward was a front liner of the international elements who pressurised Sri Lanka to stop its humanitarian operation during its last phase.