Sri Lanka opposition asks former rebel leader to apologize for atrocities committed by LTTE

May 31, Colombo: Sri Lanka’s main opposition United national Party (UNP) has called on former LTTE international wing leader and chief arms procurer, Kumaran Pathmanatahan alias KP to apologize for the killings carried out by the LTTE in the country.

UNP National Organizer and parliamentarian Ravi Karunanayaka has told the media that detained LTTE leader had apologized to India for the assassination of its political leaders during a media interview recently.

Karunanayaka has maintained that while KP’s move to apologize to India was appreciated, he had to apologize for the killings in Sri Lanka as well.

The parliamentarians has queried as to why KP could not apologize for the killings in Sri Lanka.

Meanwhile, the parliamentary select committee to probe allegations against KP requested by the UNP from the Speaker is yet to be appointed.

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