Sinhala, Tamil and Muslim expatriates living in London are planning to hold a major protest campaign urging the Government of United Kingdom not to lift the ban imposed on LTTE in United Kingdom.
The protest campaign is scheduled to be held in front of the Parliament building in London on the 8th of June.
According to the Chairman of the Sri Lanka Janahanda Foundation, Sri Lal Dias, they had received information about a plot by certain politicians campaigning for the lifting of the ban with the intention of getting votes from the Sri Lankan Tamil community.
The intention of this campaign would be to give the international community a clear picture of the LTTE terrorist outfit and their ruthless activities carried out in Sri Lanka.
According to Mr. Dias, already a number of organizations have come forward for this purpose and some of them are to meet United Kingdom Parliamentarians personally to educate them on the matter.
Mr. Dias also called on the Sri Lankan community to unite in the campaign to safeguard national sovereignty and territorial integrity at this critical juncture whether living in Sri Lanka or abroad.
Meanwhile under new anti terrorism legislation being drafted in the UK the British police will be given more powers to stop and question individuals without suspecting a crime.
The new powers - which have been applied in Northern Ireland - would allow police to stop and interrogate individuals about who they are, where they are coming from and where they intend to go.