1 December, 2020

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Tamils To Be Deported Despite Clear Torture Evidence

Two chartered flights bound for Sri Lanka are scheduled to take off next week, as evidence of human rights abuses mounts.

The UK is to go ahead with a mass removal of Tamils to Sri Lanka next week despite mounting evidence from human rights group that many of them could be tortured on their return.

At least two and possibly three chartered flights are scheduled to leave the UK from Wednesday carrying an unknown number of Sri Lankan Tamils whose pleas to remain in the UK have been refused. The UK Border Agency (UKBA) refuses to discuss such flights until they have landed.

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    Tamils and the Tamil Issue has become a good punching bag for most of those countries interested and also serves as a Trading link.

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    Tamil ‘asylum request’ returnees are considered to have insulted the democratic socialist republic – in the eyes of the military and law enforcement officials.
    The regime, in its own opinion,is humane,just and enforces the Rule of Law,notwithstanding the PTA and non-implementation of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.
    But,human rights activists do not agree.
    But the Queen’s judges appear to agree.They could have,at least devised a mechanism of follow-up of returnees but did not.
    Punitive punishment is imposed,for the insult to the regime,in the privacy of the fourth floor,police stations & military camps.
    Vociferous returnees can be,and are, conveniantly made to disappear,and/or recant their earlier complaints/accusations.
    What the CPA,UNHRC & international human rights organisations do not/will not know, wont hurt anyone.

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