UN should probe war crimes in Sri Lanka: Ramasamy

UN should probe war crimes in Sri Lanka: Ramasamy

September 14, 2015   10:07 am

United Nations should probe the alleged war crimes in Sri Lanka, Indian Second Deputy Chief Minister, Penang, Malaysia, P. Ramasamy, has said in Coimbatore.


Addressing journalists at the airport, he said that whether or nor India supported such a move, countries around the world must come forward to urge the UN to conduct a probe as that would bring out the truth, The Hindu newspaper reported today.


Any internal investigation by Sri Lankan agencies was not acceptable. He also said the Sri Lankan government must return the lands taken away from Tamils.


Ramasamy is in India to participate in the Marumalarchi Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam’s meeting at Palladam on September 15.

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