India’s foreign policy does not change owing to a change in govt – Mano Ganeshan

India’s foreign policy does not change owing to a change in govt – Mano Ganeshan

Written by Bella Dalima

04 Jun, 2014 | 9:05 pm

A media briefing was convened by the Unity through Power Devolution Movement in Colombo today.

Leader of Democratic Peoples’ Front Mano Ganeshan shared these views:

“It has been proven that the influence of the new Indian Prime Minister Modi, will be exerted on the Sri Lankan Government. India’s foreign policy does not change owing to a change in government. Prime Minister Modi has taught a lesson to Sri Lanka that he will not change hastily. We wish to tell our government that prior to learning lessons domestically by appointing a Lessons Learnt and Reconciliation Commission and obtaining reports, they should lean a lesson from India.”

Leader of National Unity Front, Azad Sally expressed these views:

“There is a Justice Minister in a place where there is no law. The police too have fallen to this level today. What happened to him in Parliament yesterday is something that the Muslim people have never had to face. He contested from the United National Party and then crossed over to the government. He said he would be able to serve the Muslim people better. In the end all that happened was that mosques were broken. The Muslim people were deprived of their entitlements. The god given disrespect you have earned has gone to the extent of the Deputy Speaker saying in parliament yesterday that you are not a party leader.”

 

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