The Draft Political Solution plan of the TPC made public today will be published in media. The TPC said that after the publication any faction could submit their opinion, and the opinion down to village level will be sought, said the TPC.
After the opinions are received from all factions, further proposals will be added and consideration of making amendments in the published draft proposals, will be done, the council had said.
Further the TPC had clarified that the proposals they have published are not against any party and TPC will continue to act in relation to the interests of the Tamil People and beyond any political interests.
The Council said so during the event of publication of the Draft Political Solution Plan prepared by its experts committee, at the Weerasingam Hall, Jaffna, today, Sunday (31/1/2016).
The event presided by the NPC CM, C.V.Wigneswaran, was commenced with lighting of traditional lamps by NPC CM.
Welcome address was delivered by General Physician, Dr.S.Sivansuthan and the lessings were bestowed by, Chief of the Veenaghana Gurupeeda Principal Saba Vasuthevakkurukkal, Chief of the Nallai Atheenam,Srilasri Saomasubthara Thesika Gnanasampantha Kurukkal, Chief of the Jaffna Sinmaya Mission Brammachari Jakratha Saithanya Swamikal and Rev.Fr. Mangalarajah.
TPC’s Eastern Province Co-Chair, Vasantharajah, the Organization’s Northern Province Co-Chair, Heart Specialist Luxman, and Legal Expert Puvitharan spoke about the Draft political Solution plan. Special address was delivered by the NPC CM
Following this Legal Expert Puvitharan published the Draft Political Solution and the NPC CM, C.V.Wigneswaran officially received the first Copy.
Large number of people including, Former TNA MP, Suresh Premachandran, TNA’s Vanni district MP, Sivsakthy Ananthan, NPC Member, M.K.Sivajilingam, Leader of TNPF, Gajjendrakumar Ponnampalam, party Secretary S.Kajendran, Members of the Expert Committee , including Prof. Sittampalam, supporters of the TPC and general public, participated in the event.
This is the event which attracted record number of people in Jaffna since the 4th Tamil Research Conference, said some observers who participated in this event.