It was a humanitarian operation, Sri Lankan President reiterates

May 10, 2011 Full story: Colombo Page 19

Tue, May 10, 2011, 07:08 pm SL Time, ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka. May 10, Colombo: The government engaged in a humanitarian operation to rescue the civilians held as human shields by the rebels and the security forces had not intentionally targeted civilians during the last phase of the humanitarian operation as some alleges, Sri Lankan ...

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#1 May 10, 2011
Yes, this is correct !!
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There was never any intentional killing of innocent Tamils by the Sri Lankan Armed Forces. In fact, Sri Lankan armed forces are a highly trained professional organization.

They have been well trained and had been given intensive training on human rights and on the humanitarian aspects of dealing with the civilians. The Sri Lankan Forces are trained on human rights by many agencies.

So said AIR VICE MARSHAL (Retd.) Balasundaram Premachandra, the only TAMIL who held the rank of Air Vice Marshal and CHIEF OF STAFF of the Sri Lankan Air Force during the humanitarian operation against the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE).

He was the SECOND IN COMMAND OF THE SRI LANKAN AIR FORCE and was responsible for the discipline and administration of the Air Force cadres for more than 4 1/2 years.

Air Vice Marshal Balasundaram Premachandra is from Thondamanaru, a coastal village in the North West of Vadamaradchchy, Jaffna District, located three kilometers west of Valvetiturai, and he is the 12th child of a Vidane, Village Headman Ponnuduraisamy Balasuntharam and an old boy of Hartley College, Point Pedro.

He said as organizations, Sri Lanka Air Force, Navy and Army maintained strict discipline and followed the tenets of human rights to the very syllables.
Soulja

Thornhill, Canada

#2 May 10, 2011
Shitlanka is on trial, whether you like it or not. You need ten thoudand lies to cover up this fact. UN report speaks for itself.

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#3 May 10, 2011
Soulja wrote:
Shitlanka is on trial, whether you like it or not. You need ten thoudand lies to cover up this fact. UN report speaks for itself.
ado ponna balla ezy can you wake sakkili soulja- he's having another one of his wet dreams- ROFL.
Rohan

Porirua, New Zealand

#4 May 11, 2011
European Union said UN Report is the lead for Investigation of War Crimes against Evilanka.

This baba paksa won't understand anything. Poor Baby.

Even HIS FRIEND Libyan Gadafi also can't understand what NATO is saying about 'finishing off'.

UN is going forward towards War Criminal Court. It is better for Sht Lanka to go now, otherwise they will drag these criminals.

These War Criminals drags our Brave War Hero Sarath Fonseka on his feet to Jail. Now, the Karma is coming back to haunt.
Rohan

Dunedin, New Zealand

#5 May 11, 2011
Soulja wrote:
Shitlanka is on trial, whether you like it or not. You need ten thoudand lies to cover up this fact. UN report speaks for itself.
UN Offices were bombed by the shtlanka.

Now, who is going to listen to Shtlanka.....NOT UN.

No ONE allowed to go into those areas even today. WHY NOT.

Still the BLOOD SMELL is there. The Karma is vehimently in force to REVENGE those Evil Killers.
allah o akbar

Singapore, Singapore

#6 May 11, 2011
Rajapakshe is coming up with a lot of rubbish.He better hide his willy in his mouth or the world body will have to bomb his place like they did with osama.

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#7 May 11, 2011
ROFL aiyo the demalu are having a circle jerk, quick someone hose these rabid animals down.
robert philips

Bangkok, Thailand

#8 May 11, 2011
naIan wrote:
Yes, this is correct !!
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There was never any intentional killing of innocent Tamils by the Sri Lankan Armed Forces. In fact, Sri Lankan armed forces are a highly trained professional organization.
They have been well trained and had been given intensive training on human rights and on the humanitarian aspects of dealing with the civilians. The Sri Lankan Forces are trained on human rights by many agencies.
So said AIR VICE MARSHAL (Retd.) Balasundaram Premachandra, the only TAMIL who held the rank of Air Vice Marshal and CHIEF OF STAFF of the Sri Lankan Air Force during the humanitarian operation against the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE).
He was the SECOND IN COMMAND OF THE SRI LANKAN AIR FORCE and was responsible for the discipline and administration of the Air Force cadres for more than 4 1/2 years.
Air Vice Marshal Balasundaram Premachandra is from Thondamanaru, a coastal village in the North West of Vadamaradchchy, Jaffna District, located three kilometers west of Valvetiturai, and he is the 12th child of a Vidane, Village Headman Ponnuduraisamy Balasuntharam and an old boy of Hartley College, Point Pedro.
He said as organizations, Sri Lanka Air Force, Navy and Army maintained strict discipline and followed the tenets of human rights to the very syllables.
a srilankan a.v.m equals about a flt. lt. in other countries.plus keep in mind killers were army and rif raf that roam sri lankan streets and drive auto given by rajpakse as reward.it will be good for srilanka to cleanse it self at present it stinks.r

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#9 May 12, 2011
robert philips wrote:
<quoted text>a srilankan a.v.m equals about a flt. lt. in other countries.plus keep in mind killers were army and rif raf that roam sri lankan streets and drive auto given by rajpakse as reward.it will be good for srilanka to cleanse it self at present it stinks.r
ROFL demala, we did a nice cleanout of all you stinking garbage a couple of years back- maybe it's time for another spring cleaning since you demalu are starting to stink the place up again.
Shoba

Champigny-sur-marne, France

#10 Nov 4, 2012
It is humanitarian operation so Sri Lanka government ready to international investigation.
CrimeaRiver

South Ockendon, UK

#11 Nov 5, 2012
Soulja wrote:
Shitlanka is on trial, whether you like it or not. You need ten thoudand lies to cover up this fact. UN report speaks for itself.
And you need 40,000 graves to cover up the civillians you got killed by holding them as human shields
Shoba

Champigny-sur-marne, France

#12 Nov 5, 2012
Rights groups want inquiry into Sri Lanka wartime crimes
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2:36 p.m. CST, November 5, 2012

GENEVA (Reuters)- Leading human rights groups called on Monday for an independent international inquiry to investigate massacres of civilians and aid workers during Sri Lanka's three-decade civil war after accusing the government of having failed to do so.

Families of victims, including 17 staff of Action Contre la Faim (ACF) executed in Muttur in 2006, and five students shot dead in Trincomalee that year, joined the call for justice.

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The appeal came after Sri Lanka's delegation formally rejected key recommendations by states calling for accountability at the U.N. Human Rights Council, which examined its record last week.

"I want an international inquiry and international judgment, otherwise I am not satisfied," Dr. K. Manoharan, whose 21-year-old son Ragihar was killed on Trincomalee beach in January 2006, told a news briefing.

Yolanda Foster, Sri Lanka expert at Amnesty International, said those responsible for atrocities in the war between the army and separatist Tamil Tigers still had not been prosecuted more than three years after the conflict ended in May 2009.

"The Trincomalee 5 case along with the ACF case is sort of emblematic of a culture of impunity in Sri Lanka where security forces are given carte blanche to continue to commit violations because the state is failing to independently investigate and prosecute," Foster told reporters.

Benoit Miribel, president of the French group Action Contre la Faim, said its 17 aid workers were shot in the back of the head in their Muttur compound in August 2006.

"In reality, the investigation has been a succession of obstruction, interference, of politics in the judiciary and a lack of transparency and independence...Nothing has really happened during the last six years."

A U.N.-sponsored panel, whose findings have been rejected by the Sri Lankan authorities, has said that the army committed large-scale abuses and was responsible for many civilian deaths in the final stages of the war against the Tamil rebels.

Sri Lanka's delegation, led by Mahinda Samarasinghe, said last week a court was probing 50 incidents in a report issued a year ago by its Lessons Learnt and Reconciliation Commission.

But activists said that this did not go far enough and that no data base had been set up to help families trace the missing.

Ian Seiderman, legal and policy director of the International Commission of Jurists (ICJ), said Sri Lanka has consistently rejected cooperation with U.N. rights mechanisms.

"This really underscores the need for a proper full-scale international inquiry," he told reporters.

(Reporting by Stephanie Nebehay; Editing by Michael Roddy)
Punc

Ottawa, Canada

#13 Nov 5, 2012
why arent the human rights groups demand investigations in to the killings by the para demalu, evictions, rape, murder. I think Tamules must be rounded up and investigated, the guilty should be shot right then and there.

Kari killer tribe the para demalu are.
Sajeewi

Australia

#14 Nov 6, 2012
More the oversease gutter Tamils howles with their scavenging marro sucking vultures like Yolanda who only talks about countris like Sri Lanken further strengthen their side to f*** the local Tamils to the oblivion. Howmuch proof do you need, terror suppoter BBC Harrison says in the Tamilnet interview, no one gives a s*** about Tamils in Sri Lanka.

That is the reality!
Elias

Glen Waverley, Australia

#15 Nov 6, 2012
naIan wrote:
Yes, this is correct !!
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There was never any intentional killing of innocent Tamils by the Sri Lankan Armed Forces.
Hell is paved with good intentions Nalan. If Sri Lanka has nothing to hide then let the Hague crimes against humanity investigators enter the northern detention camps.
CrimeaRiver

South Ockendon, UK

#16 Nov 6, 2012
Elias wrote:
<quoted text>
Hell is paved with good intentions Nalan. If Sri Lanka has nothing to hide then let the Hague crimes against humanity investigators enter the northern detention camps.
I agree! The Sri Lankan Govt should do what the British & US govts do with their investigations. Drag them out for 20 years and then hand out a weak punishment or find the perpetrators 'not guilty'.

The bloody sunday inquiry, the G20 protestor who died, the shooting of unarmed Jean Charles de Menezes. All examples of the Brits fucking up and white washing the investigation
Sajeewi

Sydney, Australia

#17 Nov 6, 2012
New breaking tamil dream news,

UN sending peace keeping force to Jaffna under ICC and security council auspicious, and NETO and EU forces are to land while all the tamils are sleeping tonight.
All the tamils ezaham (now it is not eelam anymore right?) going to be absorb as part of EU as they all tamils are going to be turn in to whites overnight , creating new promise land and the Xaviour, killer diabetic not zoo dead prebha is going to raise from the dead to guide the new found superior white tamils to the promised land, among the dead corpses of inhales, amen!

any tamil like the above thought?
Shoba

Champigny-sur-marne, France

#18 Nov 6, 2012
Sajeewi wrote:
New breaking tamil dream news,
UN sending peace keeping force to Jaffna under ICC and security council auspicious, and NETO and EU forces are to land while all the tamils are sleeping tonight.
All the tamils ezaham (now it is not eelam anymore right?) going to be absorb as part of EU as they all tamils are going to be turn in to whites overnight , creating new promise land and the Xaviour, killer diabetic not zoo dead prebha is going to raise from the dead to guide the new found superior white tamils to the promised land, among the dead corpses of inhales, amen!
any tamil like the above thought?
snow is increased!
Punc

Lachine, Canada

#19 Nov 6, 2012
I thnik shoba is a retard. pow.

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