Saturday, 15 February 2014 - 19:08
Rudrakumaran requests India's support to divide the country; This will not be possible - says the National Patriotic Movement
Several countries including America and the United Kingdom have stated that they will present a proposal against Sri Lanka at the upcoming Human Rights Summit that will be held in Geneva in March.
The Hindu, reported today that India is also likely to lend their support to this proposal.
It is no secret that the highly opinionated Tamil Diaspora campaigned heavily in order for this proposal to be presented at the UNHRC summit.
One such party is the one lead by Wishvanathan Rudrakumaran, the self styled leader of the Eelam state and he has hinted at the objective of his campaign which is the division of Sri Lanka.
Rudrakumara had stated that a referendum, like the ones that were responsible for the creation of countries like South Sudan, East Timor and Kosovo, should be held in Sri Lanka and that all parties in India should support this.
However, the National Patriotic Movement states that, regardless of the demands of the Diaspora, India is not in a position to affect Sri Lanka.
General Secretary of the National Patriotic Movement Dr. Wasantha Bandara stated that this has been confirmed with the ties between China and Sri Lanka.