Sunday, 18 March 2012

India should not support US resolution on SL: RSS
India should not support US resolution on SL: RSS 
Clean media Correspondent 
New Delhi: Mar 18: (CMC)  Taking a stand at variance with that of the BJP, the RSS on Sunday said India should not support the US-sponsored resolution in the UN against the Sri Lankan government on alleged human rights violations, calling it an attempt by the west to dictate to a democratic government. 
BJP has been sympathetic to the resolution in the UN Human Rights Council and has supported regional parties -- DMK and AIADMK -- in demanding that the UPA government should make its stand clear on whether it would support the move. RSS, however, maintained India should take an "unequivocal stand" against the US resolution. 
"If India baulks today and adopts a 'neutral' position, it would find itself in the dock one day. India by its geo-political position must take a robust stand against the west interfering in issues not concerning them directly.

There is no case for the US or any European nations to dictate to a democratically elected government," said an editorial in the latest issue of RSS' mouthpiece 'Organiser'. 
It adds that India should not support this attempt to humiliate it in a world forum that "belongs as much to us as it does to the West". 
Interestingly, the mouthpiece accuses LTTE of committing atrocities on ethnic Tamils and appears to support the Mahinda Rajapakse government which crushed the outfit. BJP has always spoken against the present Sri Lankan regime on the issue.
"While accusing the Sri Lankan government of human rights violations, one must remember that the enemy was not a hapless, unarmed group of peaceful activists. The cadres of LTTE were armed to the teeth with the latest machine guns, rocket launchers and tanks," the editorial said.  

1 comment:

  1. I hope Indian goverment a strong decision on issue...... Ravi Raju......