`India should propose resolution against Lanka`
Coimbatore: Puthiya Tamizhagam president, K Krishnasamy, MLA, today suggested that India should initiate and propose the resolution against Sri Lanka for alleged human rights violation at the UN Human Rights Conference in Geneva, next month.
"There will not be any use or effect if India just extended support to a resolution brought in by any other third country, instead India should stand up and propose it, to have the desired effect," Krishnasamy said.
Other countries were remaining silent on the matter (alleged human rights violations) because India was not raising its voice, he claimed.
He said he would participate in the four-day conference, organised by All Eeelam Tamils Federation, an organisation of Sri Lankan Tamils living in 12 countries at Geneva from March one to four.
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