Tamil Nadu congress MP's meet Rahul Ghandhi.

Tuesday, 05 March 2013 - 8:06


The Foreign Affairs Ministry says that steps will be taken for briefing diplomats about the video  against Sri Lanka  'No Fire Zone'  shown at the Geneva Human Rights session.

Foreign Affairs Ministry Public Relations Division Director  Rodney Perera told our news team that Sri Lanka's permanent representative in Geneva  Ravinatha Aariyasinghe had even by now begun these briefing activities.

The Foreign Affairs Ministry Public Relations Director said that steps to brief foreign ambassadors and diplomats thus would be taken since the information and scenes in this video were false.

Meanwhile a group of Tamil Nadu Congress MPs met Congress party deputy leader  Rahul Gandhi  yesterday.

On this occasion this group of MPs led by P. Chidamparam  had requested Rahul Gandhi to vote against Sri Lanka at the Geneva Human Rights Session.

Meanwhile participating at a function held in Kilinochchi yesterday Army Commander lieutenant General Jagath Jayasuriya expressed his views about the charges levelled against Sri Lanka at the Human Rights Session.

On this occasion, he said necessary action had been taken for this based on the LLRC recommendations.