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TNA parliamentarian reiterates his political stance

[TamilNet, Sunday, 22 March 2009 10:03 No Comment]

S. Vinoharathalingam, Tamil National Alliance (TNA) Vanni parliamentarian, released a report to the media Sunday in which he condemns and rejects certain malicious misreporting and misrepresentation of his speech in the Sri Lanka Parliament Thursday, making himself clear on his unwavering commitment to the struggle of the Tamil Nation.

The following is the English translation of his media report:

Media Release

Parliament 22.03.09

I am obliged to clear the doubts and sate the truth related to the controversies that had risen following my speech in the Parliament last Thursday. I notice that some media institutions and websites, giving prominence to the speech, have distorted it in an attempt to blemish my firm political stance and that of Tamil National Alliance (TNA). They had, twisting the words and expressions in my speech, said that I am going to join the government.

I condemn and reject this in the strongest terms making myself absolutely clear and assert that there is no truth whatsoever in the distorted reporting.

I have been consistent in raising my voice for my people and to protect and preserve the Tamil Nation. My sincere efforts will continue unwavering without loosing direction. I have, then and now, stuck to the firm political policies of the TNA and Tamil Eealam Liberation Organization (TELO). Under any circumstance, I will not avail myself to be a party to any historical treachery. I have unassailable faith in this conviction.
People living in our country and outside it need not harbour the slightest doubt in my steady conviction. I request them to reject all false propaganda against me. I pledge that I would struggle unrelentingly along with TNA to achieve the political aspirations and the ethnic right of the Tamil Nation.

(sgd) S. Vino Noharathalingam Member of Parliament Wanni district

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