The Asian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) in a statement claimed that the use of abductions as a counter insurgency strategy has been used in Sri Lanka for many years while accusing the government of showing no political will to stop these incidents from occurring.
Who is making problems for Srilanka in the international arena?
The government may tell those who accuse it of abductions to prove our involvement . However, it is unable to answer those who accuse it of failing to take decisive action to stop abductions, and of the lack of political will to deal with the issue.
The most obvious argument against the government on the basis of its involvement in abductions is this absence of political will to bring culprits to the book and demonstrate its determination to stop such things from taking place.
The only way the government can answer this accusation is by demonstrating what credible action it has taken to stop such widespread abductions. The simple deduction to be arrived at from government s absence of political will to deal with the issue is that there is a justifiable imputation of guilt.
You can fool your owns but you can not fool the world. Again selfinflicted wound, unnecessary for Srilanka right now.