LTTE supporters to protest outside all UN offices in the world on the 12

During the time of the war the Tamil Diaspora is accusing that the United Nation officials did not take action against the so called mass killing of innocent civilians’ to save their lives. Protection was not given, what the Tamil Diaspora says is they failed in their duties.

In this context they intend making protests around all UN offices around the globe on the 12th of this month.

Another reason is requesting to stop the war in the year 2009, to remember Murugadas who in front of the Geneva’s Human Rights council office a LTTE supporter set fire to himself. It is also learnt that the Danusman statement is to be distributed once more to all UN offices on this day by the Tamil Diaspora members.

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