A resolution against Sri lanka at Indian Parliament.

Wednesday, 20 March 2013 - 8:07


As the DMK decided to withdraw support, the Indian government yesterday moved to bring a resolution on the Sri Lankan issue in Parliament in an attempt to placate the key ally which has set it as one of the conditions for reconsideration of its decision.


Sources said the Indian government is drafting a resolution to be brought in Parliament.


The decision was taken after the Congress core group meeting, hours after DMK chief M Karunanidhi announced that his party would withdraw support to the UPA.


However, the DMK has made it clear that it would reconsider its decision if India supports a strong resolution at the UN Human Rights Council and brings a resolution in Parliament on the issue.