Thursday, October 16, 2008

Jayalalitha deplores Karunanidhi for actively supporting an internationally banned terror outfit

Tamil Nadu state assembly resistance leader and the Southern Indian state's former Chief Minister accused the State's current Chief Minister Muthuvel Karunanidhi of vigorously behind the LTTE terrorists and not doing anything for the poor Tamil civilians who are being used as a human protect by the Tigers to safeguard themselves.
" Reports make known that the LTTE is using the innocent civilians, living in that areas, as human shields by preventing the Tamils from leaving to safer places. This horrifying do of using civilians as human shield must be stopped forthwith," she said.
Jeyalalitha Jeyaram, who is commonly known as "Amma" (mother) in Indian politics is also the leader of the other large party in the state AIADMK. She challenged Karunanidhi to triumph upon the terrorist group to send the blameless civilians to safer areas where they are not purposely exposed to the horrors of war by the LTTE terrorists, Jayalalitha said.
AIADMK , the following party she heads formally boycotted the "All Party Meeting" Karunanidhi presided over two days ago on the Sri Lankan crisis .
Karunanidhi in a statement after the meeting claimed they decided that all parties in the Tamil Nadu should resign from their parliamentary memberships both in the lower house and upper house if the New Delhi government does not inflict a ceasefire on the Sri Lankan government within two weeks.
But opposing to the announced agreement Karunanidhi's daughter Kanimozhi resigned from her Upper House seat without staying for two weeks.
New Delhi government also said , they cannot impose such events as they could not interfere with the sovereignty of a foreign government.
Jeyalalitha in her statement accused Karunanidhi of duplicity and emotional that he was only trying to defend a terrorist group which is banned in India and least worried about the civilians.
Jayalalitha said Karunanidhi's decision to for the MP's to leave is mere drama and would not serve the purposes of the Tamil people.
Jayalalith said the Indian government does not have the ethical right to interfere with the Sri Lankan government and stop the war as it would open floodgates to get in the way with the dominion of India by other countries.
She said she is amazed that this basic fact is not known by a being who had held the Chief Ministership of the condition for five times.

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