The Pattali Makkal Katchi founder Ramadoss have urged the international countries to support and back the move of the United Nations Human Rights Council to collect the evidence of war crimes in Sri Lanka
Ramadoss pinpointed the Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa’s promise to engage the Tamil diaspora in resolving war-related issues as “drama” and urged India and other nations not to fall into that trap.
“Mr. Gotabaya has been making such statements because the United Nations Human Rights Council has intensified the process of collecting evidence of war crimes. The world’s nations should support and back the move to collect the evidence on war crimes and India should take measures to ensure that those involved in war crimes are punished,” Ramadoss said in a statement.
He further demanded the Indian government to pave the way for the formation of a separate Tamil Eelam through United Nations.