Probe disappearance of Tamils: Vaiko
India’s MDMK general secretary Vaiko has urged the United Nations Human Right Council (UNHRC) and the Red Cross Society to inquire into the disappearance of Tamils in the last phase of war in Sri Lanka and the alleged poisoning of 107 LTTE cadres.
In a statement here, he said Balakumar, one of the important Tamil leaders, who was seen sitting with his son in a photograph, disappeared during the last phase of the Eelam war.
Similarly, senior LTTE leaders including Yogi, Baby Subramaniam and political wing Ezhilan were arrested by the Sri Lankan Army.
“There is no information about them even though seven years have passed since the end of the war. There are reports that the captured LTTE leaders were poisoned to death by the Sri Lankan government,” he alleged.
Following up on Mr Vaiko’s comments, will the OMP treat Veluppillai Pirabaharan as a missing person and investigate his whereabouts?
OMP will never treat Prabakaran as a missing person unless someone petition. Mr. M.K. Shivajilingan, Tamil Politician & a relative of Prbakaran already stated that Velupilai’s siblings are unlikely do so. He even stated that even when Prabakaran’s mom Ms. Parwathi Ammal was ailing in November 2010, they never visited her (from Denmark & India).
I would like to suggest OMP to avail the Sri Lankan ‘ANJANAM’ technology to tap the spirits of missing persons!
Thank You Mr Amarakoon for confirming that this golden OMP will amount to nothing but status quo.
It is a universally known fact that the Late Mr Velu Prabha is a missing person. His so-called dead body which was found by the Ranaviru at the conclusion of the war, was identified by a couple of turncoats who had reneged on the aspirations of the Tamil speaking people.
These turncoats, who are bosom pals of the Sinhala community, are good for nothing idiots.
The Late Mr Velu Prabha’s siblings couldn’t visit their ailing mother simply because of the fear which exists amongst Tamil Diaspora. When you turn up at BIA, we do not know what will happen in the hands of the terrorist immigration officials who can direct you to a room full of TID investigators. There goes the sense of freedom.
This glorious much-hyped OMP will definitely turn out to be a damp squib. If the GOSL is sincere about the operations of the OMP, it should have by now, advertised the position of the Head of OMP and ensured the recruitment of a candidate without fear or favour.
The OMP will be nothing but a lousy Govt Dept which turns out lucrative Luxury Land Cruiser permits to the Public Servants adorning office, which will be sold to Thambiya Mudalalis in Beruwela.