Karuna answers Blake: No race distinction in Police
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There is no racial basis in the appointments to the Sri Lankan police, Resettlement and Rehabilitation Deputy Minister Vinayagamoorthy Muralidaran said responding to US Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asia,
Robert Blake’s statement was that Police comprising Tamils should be deployed in the North since the military was no longer needed to perform police duties.
He further said Police cannot be categorized as Tamil, Sinhala or Muslim. “Police is Police, there is no racial distinction,” he added.
The Police which is comprised of all ethnic groups will have to maintain law and order anywhere in the country be it North or South, he said.
Courtesy: Daily News
Karuna knows more about the Sri Lankan police when he was an ex combatant. stop joking sir
Well said Karuna!
But you could have further warned Blake not to interfere in SL internal matters by mischievously and maliciously suggesting to divide North and South on racial lines, since this is US first step to re-start the extremist Tamils’ clamour for autonomy, and re-start militancy and terrorism. US wants chaos and anarchy in SL so that they can rule the roost.
Minister Karuna has been trained well by his boss in his previous role towrads a classless society.
However, he cannot hide behind the cover of his wisdom to abscond from responsibility for the massacre of Sri Lankan Sinhala Policemen, Sri Lankan Buddhist priests and many members of the Sri Lankan Sinhala community.
Well said Julian, When Karuna massacred Sri Lankan Policemen, he did not differentiate between Tamil Policemen and Sinhala Policemen.
Guru… Where’ve you been so far…?
Guru… Where’ve you been so far in silent…?
Karuna acted in those days on the orders of the evil dictator, VP. Her broke off from him when he realised the futility of VP’s pipe dream and endless blood thirst.
He has asked for State pardon and has been rehabilitated. This is in line with Buddhist doctrine. To forgive is Divine.
Hon MR has taught evil USA, Britain, France and Norway a lesson in Buddhist mercy and compassion, which the imperial West is lacking. Hence they resort to brutal war crimes and crimes against human rights which UNSG nor UNHRC dare not question.
It is “unbuddhistic” to refer to a human being as a “mad dog”.
Hey macahn Amden,
I also missed on-lanka when I was away for a couple of months. Firstly, I was under intensive psychiatric care to deal with trauma that developed the Kebettigollewa massacre carried by the now Minister and his people.
Secondly, I had to visit severeal hot spots in the country to collect evidence to be presented at a court case involving LTT leaders in a European country.
Now I am back in action though the suffering and pain from the incident continues to torment me.