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JHU tells India to look at Kashmir crimes first

The Sinhala nationalist JHU (Jathika Hela Urumaya) said that India should look at its own human rights violations, including those in Kashmir.

Science and technology Minister and Gen Secretary of the JHU Patali Champika Ranawake said the recent Indian delegation visit was part of a campaign to distort the image of Sri Lanka.

Ranawake said that India should look at its own record of human rights violations.

“Look at the issues instead of covering them up. This will not end up being a fight against Sri Lanka but a fight against India since the country has faced turmoil of its own and has failed to address its own human rights record. So solve your own problems first,” he said.

“Tamil Nadu is important to Indian politics which is why they behave this way and Indian politicians are blinded and unaware of the actual situation in Sri Lanka.”

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