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FINANCIAL CHRONICLE™ » DAILY CHRONICLE™ » Wigneswaran invites Indian PM to visit Jaffna

Wigneswaran invites Indian PM to visit Jaffna

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K.Haputantri

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Wigneswaran invites Indian PM to visit Jaffna
October 31, 2013 10:40 am
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While a decision is still to be taken on whether the Indian Prime Minister will attend the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in Colombo, Sri Lanka’s Northern Province Chief Minister C.V. Wigneswaran has invited Manmohan Singh to visit Jaffna.

In a message to Dr. Singh, Mr. Wigneswaran thanked the Prime Minister and India for “persuading the Sri Lankan government” to hold the Northern Province elections under the 13th Amendment. He underlined that he had won the elections in the province — the focal point of fierce battles between Sri Lankan armed forces and the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam, with a large number of civilians badly affected — by a “sizeable majority.”

“Basically, Mr. Wigneswaran would like Dr. Singh to engage both in Colombo and Jaffna. This also shows that Sri Lanka’s Tamil community wants India to remain engaged on issues important to them such as national reconciliation, political devolution of power and resettlement of the displaced,” said official sources about their reading after External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid met Mr. Wigneswaran in Jaffna earlier this month, which was followed up with Monday’s letter to the Prime Minister.

Besides trying to persuade Colombo to provide more autonomy to the Northern Province, New Delhi is involved in rehabilitation and resettlement programmes. But taking note of the allegations of human rights abuses during the conflict and problems faced by Tamil Nadu fishermen, the State Assembly passed a resolution calling on the Centre to completely boycott CHOGM.

Against this scenario, Mr. Khurshid recently said, “By not engaging with Sri Lanka, India would be losing out. How can India do it without engaging?” MEA officials too feel that the new Northern Province leadership should be given the space to negotiate more autonomy with Colombo.

The officials also drew attention to contradictory approaches in India to the Tamils issue in Sri Lanka. “Practically everyday we are reminded by the Tamil Nadu government to do something about the fishermen issue. On the other hand, we are asked not to have any dialogue.”

“To break ties by giving in to sentimental and emotional reasons would not be correct. This is a crunch time in the region and India’s strategic, security and national interests should come first. India should not cede space to others by not being there [at CHOGM],” they added. – The Hindu

worthiness


Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Conceptually, North should not stretch to the neighbor for national reconciliation, political devolution of power & resettlement of displaced community etc... which spread misunderstandings & confusion among the nations & some sort of elusive attempt to deviate from center in the long run. Common goal for the benefit of the community could be insidiously manipulated with the upper hand of diaspora.
Whatever political concept that northern administrators follow it should alleviate what we all were nastily experienced over three decades.

Jana1


Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
@worthiness wrote:Conceptually, North should not stretch to the neighbor for national reconciliation, political devolution of power & resettlement of displaced community etc... which spread misunderstandings & confusion among the nations & some sort of elusive attempt to deviate from center in the long run. Common goal for the benefit of the community could be insidiously manipulated with the upper hand of diaspora.
Whatever political concept that northern administrators follow it should alleviate what we all were nastily experienced over three decades.
Sri Lankan previous governments had miserably failed to establish right bond with minority groups. And Sri Lankan tamil attachment with Indians king even recorded in 1015. So history simply repeats and we can't expect any sudden changes. ..

pushpakumara


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
@worthiness wrote:
Whatever political concept that northern administrators follow it should alleviate what we all were nastily experienced over three decades.
Very true. We do not want to experience anything like that in rest of our life time and beyond that and for ever.

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