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India should take lead in UNHRC on Lanka Tamils issue: CPI

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

today demanded that should take the lead in evolving a consensus for a credible international probe into the alleged war crimes during the last phase of Sri Lanka's war against the LTTE at the UN Human Rights Council meeting tomorrow.

Government of should take the lead by by following up on the unanimous resolution adopted by the Assembly demanding a credible probe involving international judges, MP D Raja said.


A US-sponsored resolution on the issue is expected to be taken up at the UNHRC tomorrow.

He said the report of the Rights Commissioner has come out with the truth about what happened in the conflict that ended in 2009 as it has acknowledged that war crimes took place.

Raja said it was surprising that Prime Minister Modi and External Affairs Minister were keeping mum on the issue.

He said both of them should disclose how would vote and see that the feelings of the people were honoured.

First Published: Tue, September 29 2015. 16:32 IST
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