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B Upendran | HENB | Chennai | April 23, 2017:: A leader of a Hindu outfit in Chennai has opposed the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s second time visit to Sri Lanka next month to participate in the United Nations Vesak Celebrations which will be held from 12th – 14th May.
The ‘International Day of Vesak+’ will be hosted by the Buddhist-majority country and the commemorations in Colombo will include an International Buddhist Conference in which over 400 delegates from more than 100 countries will participate.
The leader of Hindu Makkal Katchi, Arjun Sampath on Saturday has accused the Sri Lankan government of suppressing Hinduism and following a policy of Buddhist chauvinism and opposed the visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the island nation to take part in the Buddhist festival.
The Tamil Hindu outfits in Sri Lanka are also very much disappointed with the ‘Sri Lanka policy of India’ for which India never condemned the Tamil Genocide+ in Sri Lankan killing field+ under Buddha Śāsana.
“From the times of twin epics Ramayan and Mahabharath, Tamil Eelam is the land of Lord Shiva and a part of the expanded ‘Paripoorna Hindu Rashtra’ including Nepal, Bharatvarsha (undivided India) and Sri Lanka. But, the entire island had been declared as a Buddhist state and the Hindus in the island who are the natives of Lanka had been massacred,” the Hindu party leader Arjun Sampath was quoted by Deccan Chronicle+.
Prime Minister Modi has confirmed his participation in UN Vesak Day celebrations to be conducted in Sri Lanka and will inaugurate UN Vesak Day in Colombo on May 12.