Rejecting the request of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Muthuvel Karunanidhi to inflict a ceasefire on the neighboring island nation of Sri Lanka New Delhi's ruling Congress Party said India cannot impose her power extra than her borders on other sovereign nations.
On the previous day, in a political pace that virtually means another rent of political life for the main suspects of the assassination of Rajiv Gandhi-namely Velupillai Prabhakaran, the leader of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) and his cleverness chief Pottu Amman, the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu Muthuvel Karunanidhi announced that all Members of parliament of Tamil Nadu should resign if New Delhi would not inflict a truce in the military disagreement in Sri Lanka within two weeks. At present, Prabhakaran is trapped in a dugout now and surrounded by Sri Lankan security forces.
Speaking over Times Now TV channel Singhvi Congress spokesperson Abhishek Singhvi said that stress made by Tamil Nadu Chief Minister were unrealistic.
"Those who make stress about other sovereign countries should know that India's dominion runs through the boundaries of India... The parties should also understand that you are not commerce with a part of India but a sovereign nation."
He said , Sri Lanka's issue comes under the domain of global affairs and should be dealt exclusively by the Central Government.
"That is something in the elite domain of the Centre (foreign relation issue), he told the Times Now Channel, while condemning any violent act in another country, I do not think no matter which should be done or asked from the Central Government."
Another spokesman Manish Tewari said the concerns of the parties in Tamil Nadu have been conveyed to Sri Lanka through the second-in-command High Commissioner.
The Sri Lanka security forces opened corridors for the civilians to flee from the war ravaged Kilinochchi but both the government and humanitarian organizations have complained that the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam have blocked their group to use them as a human shield.