Britain diaspora Tamils continue protest demonstration

[TamilNet, Thursday, 14 May 2009, 05:18 GMT]
Diaspora Tamils in Britain continue their protest demonstration for the 38th day in Parliament Square in London Thursday against the unrelenting carnage of innocent Tamils in Vanni by Sri Lanka armed forces targeting makeshift medical centres, sources in London said. The protestors with black bands around their mouths held placards showing their demands. Meanwhile, the protestors engaged in hunger strike for more than 24 hours continue undeterred in an effort to draw the attention of the British government and the world, the sources added.

Britain diaspora Tamils continue protest


Anton Vasantharaja, Kirishanthan Balachandran, Nimalan Seevaratnam, Aruleesan Gnanasigamani, Sivneswari Jeyakumar and Revathi Sivalogan are the persons continuing the hunger strike.

Diaspora Tamils continue their protests even amidst various obstacles and the students who take an active part in the demonstration called all concerned to bring the killings of Tamil civilians to the attention of the world to help stop the attacks immediately.

Britain diaspora Tamils continue protest
Britain diaspora Tamils continue protest
Britain diaspora Tamils continue protest

 

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