Protest march demanding for International probe

10 September 2015 - 63   - 0

A five day protest march demanding an international inquiry to investigate alleged human rights violations and war crime was initiated in Kilinochi today. The councilors of Northern provincial Council (NPC) M. K.Sivajilingam and Anandhi Sasitharan speaking at the event said only an international mechanism would bring justice for those who have been affected by three decades of war. According to the organizers the walk which has been commnced on stages, would reach the final place in at Nallur Kandasamy Kovil on Monday. [caption id="attachment_83458" align="alignnone" width="300"]IMG_2251  The protestors march towards Nallur demanding International probe into alleged human rights violations and war crimes. Pix by N.Lohathayalan[/caption] IMG_2239

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