10 June 2013
The TNA was called to New Delhi for urgent talks by India's Central government reports the Uthayan newspaper, which is run by TNA MP E. Saravanabhavan.
According to the paper, the talks, intended to take place early next week, will focus on moves by the Sri Lankan government to change the 13th Amendment. The Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, Sonia Gandhi, and External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid are reported to take part. The TNA leader R. Sampanthan, and leaders of constituent parties are all called upon to attend.
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