Tesolutions adopted at the Tamil Eelam Supporters’ Organisation conference in Chennai would be handed over to the United Nations, said organizer of the meet DMK president M. Karunanidhi. “DMK treasurer M.K. Stalin and the parliamentary party leader T.R. Baalu will hand over the resolutions adopted at the Teso conference to the UN in a month,” he has told a public meeting at Ambattur. DMK chief said after the August 12 conference, the resolution was handed over to Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh by a delegation of DMK MPs early this week, Deccan Chronicle reports. “We have demanded that India bring a resolution in the UN General Assembly and the UNHRC for bestowing rights on Sri Lankan Tamils to decide a political solution by themselves,” he recalled. The DMK chief has said an official of the Central government has sent a notice without the knowledge of Prime Minister stating that the Eelam was not acceptable. “Even the Central government has given permission to the conference after Mr Baalu’s intervention, but the government here through the police banned the meet,” he alleged. He claimed that Tamil Eelam could have been achieved long back if they avoided fratricidal fights. “We could have achieved the Eelam if they remained united. But they choose to fight with each other,” he said. The DMK parliamentary leader of the DMK Baalu said the UN should intervene in the Sri Lankan Tamils issue like the role it played in South Sudan.]]>

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