By Dinasena Rathugamage
The Tamil National Alliance (TNA) has decides to meet Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi should any attempt be made to amend or abolish the 13th amendment to the constitution. According to the TNA the Sri Lankan parliament alone cannot make a decision on the matter as the amendment was brought forward under the guidance and behest of the Indian government.
According to Kilinochchi TNA MP S.Sridharana the TNA has already expressed their concerns on the attempts of the current government to amend the constitution and the need for the TNA leader to meet Modi to discuss the matter.
The TNA says the abolishment of the 13A will be an injustice to the North and East. They are expected to request the support of the Indian government to stop this from taking place.