Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Forces action not against Tamils, reiterates President

Our Forces are not waging a war after that to the Tamil community. It is only a type process to let go them from LTTE terrorists. We are not prepared at all to talk with the LTTE awaiting they lay downward arms, said President Mahinda Rajapaksa at a talk held with foreign and local religious dignitaries at the Temple Trees.
The President said following life form chosen to power for over seven months he did not get any do something following that to the LTTE because he theoretical the LTTE would choose to link the calm plan. The LTTE however, resorted to violence kill without weapons carrying weapons and civilians.
It was the terror unleashed by the LTTE itself that necessitated the caring process. The President cited the agreement with which the Sinhala and Muslim people live with the Tamils in other parts of the country.
"The military which eccentric the East handed over the wheel of power to the occupant establishment" the President stressed.
The religious dignitaries said they had set up an organisation to urge the LTTE to lay down arms and come to the negotiating table.
Ven. Maduluwawe Sobitha Nayake Thera, members of the Maha Sangha, Rev. Bishop Nobert Andradi, Kurukkal Ramachandra Aiyar, Moulavi M. A. Abdulla, and several members of the clergy and laity from Cambodia, Japan, USA and Norway were present.

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