- Published on Monday, 11 June 2012 10:21
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Sri Lanka Government said that it awaits the Tamil National Alliance (TNA) to join the Parliamentary Select Committee (PSC) appointed to find lasting solutions to country’s national problem.
Cabinet spokesman , Media Minister Keheliya Rambukwella has said that it is meaningless TNA having talks with the government without joining the PSC.
“Government has appointed the PSC aiming at finding solutions to ethnic issues. In this background the government awaits its active participation in the process”, a Tamil daily said quoting Media Minister Rambukwella.
The Media Minister has further said that it is only through the PSC a pragmatic solution could be found for national problem of the country.
“It is with this intention it was announced in the Parliament that the opposition and the TNA should take part in this process”, The Minister has said. "We cannot understand the stance of TNA with regard to PSC as it issues contradictory messages from time to time".
The Minister said that at times they say they would join the PSC. Later they interpret it in a contradictory manner.
The present need is for the TNA to join the PSC and the Government awaits for this moment, the Minister Keheliya Rambukwella has said.