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TNA taken to task for pro-LTTE stance

The TNA came under fire from Digamadulla UPFA MP Perumpulli Hewage Piyasena, one-time TNA parliamentarian and Pradeshiya Sabha chairman, for its pro-LTTE and anti-government stance detrimental to the interests of Tamils.

Instead of strengthening the hard-won peace for the Tamils, the TNA is on a deliberate course to destabilise it, Piyasena said.

Its open support to UNHRC investigations against the Government on human rights' issues and Tamil Nadu pro-LTTE campaigns are deplorable and intended to mislead the Tamils, he said.

The Government has made huge allocations for the North-East development in the forthcoming Budget too but the TNA, instead of cooperating with the Government, is taking recourse to statements and acts that are counter-productive, he said adding that he and all other peace-loving people are confident that President Rajapaksa will offer a lasting and workable solution on power devolution to the Northern province.

Many prominent leaders from the Eastern province, including SLMC founder leader M.H.M. Ashraff, the renowned Tamil leader and one-time Cabinet Minister Chelliah Rajadurai who had been with the present TNA leaders from its inception had left them because they detested their unpatriotic and anti-government approach since independence, Piyasena said.


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