Indian PM unlikely to meet TNA

According to reports from Tamil Nadu, South India, Indian Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh is yet to give an appointment to the Sri Lankan Tamil National Alliance Parliamentarians to meet him and it is believed that he may not meet them at all.

Three TNA Parliamentaria-ns, R. Sampan-than, Mavai Senathirajah and S.Sivajil-ingam left for South India to meet with Tamil Nadu leaders and they were joined on Thursday by MPs Gajendrakumar Ponnambalam and Ms. Padnmini Sithamparanathan.

The five TNA MPs were to meet with Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, M. Karunanidhi, MDMK leader Y Gopalaswamy, PMK leader Dr. Ramdos, ADMK leader Miss Jayalalitha Jayaram, leader of Liberation Cheetas Thirumavalavan, Tamil National Organisation leader P. Nedumaran and other Tamil Nadu politicians before meeting with the Indian Premier.

However with no positive response from Dr. Manmohan Singh, despite his being aware that the TNA delegation is in Chennai, the TNA delegation is expected to return within the next few days.


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