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Canadian Pro-LTTE MP wanted to be arrested in Lanka to Gain Tamil Votes

The sources found that pro-LTEE Tamil Terrorist Canadian MP Rathika Sitsabeisan is trying to get arrested by Sri Lankan police hoping it will attract more pro-LTTE vote bank against Markham Councillor Logan Kanapathi (Liberal Party) who challenging her in the newly created federal electorate Scarborough North Canada next election.

The Sri Lankan Tamil Rathika Sitsabeisan who left Sri Lanka at her age of five is claiming that Sri Lankan authorities have confirmed that their previous claims of an arrest warrant. These allegations had been rejected by the Sri Lankan police. Sources reported that Rathika who has no any contacts with Sri Lanka until she enters to the politics in pro-LTTE terrorist Tamil dominated Scarborough in Canada.

MP Rathika Sitsabaiesan is likely to face disciplinary action back at home for falsely claiming that she had been placed under house arrest in northern Sri Lanka.  The New Democratic Party (NDP) MP had caused chaos while being on a private visit to Jaffna in order to gain popularity to increase her vote banks in Scarborough. The NDP is the main Opposition to Premier Stephen Harper’s ruling Conservative Party. She met several ex-LTTE terrorists, Pro-LTTE TNA politicians while visiting Sri Lanka which lead to political and terrorists’ activity carried out by a visitor who visits a country on a tourist visa.

Sitsabaiesan earlier lost her position as the NDP spokesperson on higher education and universities soon after Thomas took over the leadership in 2012 due to her pro-LTTE terrorism activities in Canada and Sri Lanka.

Kanapathi, rival of Rathika Sitsabeisan had the unstinted support of pro-LTTE terrorists groups based in Canada, Sitsabaiesan planned her visit to Sri Lanka to overcome the challenge by reaching out to the ITAK, the dominant constituent of the five-party Pro-LTTE Tamil National Alliance (TNA), sources said.

Kanapathi, strong LTTE terrorist supporter attended a conference on Tamil People’s Rights on March 2, 2013 on the side lines of the Geneva-based United Nations Human Rights Council session against Sri Lanka.

The Conservative government was often accused of supportive of the LTTE. Canadian PM boycotted CHOGM held in Sri Lanka in 2013 in support of LTTE Tamil terrorist’s demands.

In the Wikipedia said that, during a fact finding mission in Sri Lanka, Sitsabaiesan was reportedly put under house arrest in Jaffna on December 31, 2013. This claim has been denied by Sri Lankan Authorities, and the Canadian High Commission in Colombo has confirmed that she was not put under house arrest nor was any arrest warrant issued against her.



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