Karunanidhi Says DMK Stand On Rajapaksa Is Unchanged

DMK leader M. Karunanidhi on Friday reiterated that there was no change in the party’s stand for subjecting former Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa into an international inquiry for his alleged involvement in the killing of Tamils in the last phase of the civil war.

Talking to reporters after being re-elected as the party’s president, Karunanidhi said both Rajapaksa and the new President-elect Maithripala Sirisena should ponder who was responsible for the crimes against the Tamils and make corrective measures in the future.

DMK's general council on Friday re-elected party leader M. Karunanidhi as the president for the 11th time. K. Anbazhagan and M.K. Stalin were re-elected as general secretary and treasurer respectively. Party MP Kanimozhi has been made the secretary of the women's wing.
(with inputs from The Hindu)

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