TNA seeks India’s intervention
The Tamil National Alliance has joined the Dravida Munnetra Kazhakam (DMK ) in Tamil Nadu to pressurize the central government in New Delhi to intervene on behalf of Sri Lanka Tamil civilians affected by the ongoing fighting in the north. A three-member delegation from the TNA will hold talks in Chennai next week with DMK leader and Chief Minister Muthuvel Karunanidhi in this regard.
Police ignored Janaka’s plea for security

Two weeks prior to Major General (Retd) Janaka Perera’s assassination he complained to the police that his life was under threat from the LTTE and sought additional police protection, but his plea was ignored, his lawyers said yesterday..

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