Tamils will not accept UNHRC Resolution for Domestic Probe: Vaiko

Published: 02nd October 2015 05:06 AM  |   Last Updated: 02nd October 2015 05:06 AM   |  A+A-

CHENNAI:MDMK leader Vaiko on Thursday opposed the resolution in the United Nations Human Rights Council allowing Sri Lanka to conduct a domestic criminal probe into the findings of the  UNHRC panel on human rights violations and war crimes against Tamils. “Today is a black day in the history of UN as the justice for Tamils has been murdered. The Lankan government has been made the judge by an unjust resolution by the US, Britain, Macedonia and Montenegro and supported by India and Pakistan,” he said in a statement here. “UN secretary-general Ban-ki-Moon had recommended that the massacres in Syria should be probed by the International Court of Justice. But Tamils have been left as orphans,” he said and added that Tamils should fight the obstacles and conspiracies.

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