ICPPG Activists submit petition to the British Prime Minister on behalf of the Association of the Enforced Disappeared people in Sri Lanka.

A group of ICPPG activists in the UK submitted a petition to the Prime Minister, Rt. Hon. Boris Jonson, signed by 138 grieving mothers and fathers who are currently staging a protest in Killinochchi, northern District in Illankai.   The sit-in demonstration has been going on for following 1000 days.

Relatives of the Enforced Disappeared just want to know that what happened to their beloved sons and daughters, husbands and wives and grandchildren who have enforced disappeared. After 10 years they need the truth from the Sri Lankan Government, no answer given to them yet.

ICPPG Activists Miss  Ranitha Thiyagesu , Mr Karththeepan Yogamaniharan and TGTE MP Mr Sockalingam Yogalingam led this team including Mr Krishnamoorthy Umaraj, Mr Rameshkaran Manikkam, Mr Prasath Sathiyaseelan, Mr Pirasath Kathirgamanathan, Mr Sithamparasubramaniyan Thiruchchenthinathan, Mr Yogananth Navatheesan and Miss Magisha Varatharasa.

The petition call on the British Prime Minister to urge the Government of Sri Lanka to release the names of those held in secret torture camps.