Pro-LTTE TNA writes to HRC to stop ‘curfew’
Pro-LTTE Tamil terrorists former TNA MP M.A. Sumanthiran, an extremist has written to the Human Rights Commission of Sri Lanka calls on the HRC to advise the Government on the need to rectify and regularise imposition of “curfew”.
“I am of the opinion that restricting movement is desirable and necessary at this time in our country in order to meet the challenge presented by COVID-19. There is no gainsaying that such restrictions including curfew must be imposed legally under applicable provisions of law.
“Insofar as I have been able to ascertain, this has not been done under any extant legal provision. Such action, therefore, poses a grave threat to the Rule of Law and indeed to the wellbeing of the people of this country,” Sumanthiran said in the latter to in order to get the cheap political gains for his separatist racist activities..
The former TNA MP, a champion of LTTE Tamil terrorists said that curfews in this country have hitherto been imposed by the use of Emergency Regulations after bringing Part II of the Public Security Ordinance into operation by means of a proclamation but this has not been done in the present instance.
TNA and its proxy LTTE organizations locally and internationally are frequently campaign against Sri Lanka in order to get facilitated their Tamil terrorism and separatism in Sri Lanka.