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Attacks have pushed reconciliation even further away - TNA MP

Speaking to the press on the Sri Lankan military's and Sri Lankan police's attacks on Tamil university students, TNA MP Saravanbhavan said that what he saw was exactly what happened 30 years ago.

Stating that the Sri Lankan security forces inherently viewed Tamil university students as the enemy, Saravanabhavan said,

"The government should realise that so long as the army and the security forces view the Tamil people and especially the Tamil students as the enemy, reconciliation will not happen."

"What happened today and what happened yesterday has pushed back reconciliation by 5 years."

See video on TamilNet here.

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