Members of the revived Teso (Tamil Eelam supporters organization) led by DMK treasurer M. K. Stalin will go on a two-day tour to New Delhi from January 28 urging the Centre and other nations to expedite rehabilitation of war-hit Eelam Tamils, an Indian media reports. A statement issued by the DMK Parliamentary party leader T. R. Baalu said the team would personally meet and urge Union external affairs minister Sal­man Khurshid and ambassadors of 47 UN member nations to prevail over Sri Lanka to implement the resolution of UN Human Rights Com­mission to hasten the rehabilitation of the war-hit Eelam Tamils and find an early political solution there. The team comprising DK president K. Veeramani, VCK leader Thol Tiru­mavalavan, professor Su­bha Veerpandian and former Union minister Sub­bulakshmi Jagadeesan will leave to the national capital on Sunday. Referring to the 14 resolutions adopted at the Teso conference at Chennai on August 12, 2012 and subsequent representations made with the UN deputy general secretary Yan Lia Sen by Stalin earlier, the statement said that Teso led by DMK chief M. Karunanidhi has decided to approach the UN member nations to urge UN to exert more pressure on Lanka to change the prevailing situation in the Island nation and restore the political, economic and cultural rights of Eelam Tamils there.]]>


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