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    Government 'lukewarm' on Sri Lanka, says DMK


    by TimesNow

    With the resolution on Sri Lanka expected to come up at the UN later this week, UPA ally DMK on Monday (March 18) attacked the government saying it was "lukewarm" on this issue and pressed it to bring amendments to make it stronger. A day after DMK chief M Karunanidhi threatened to walk out of UPA on the issue, party MP T Siva said in the Rajya Sabha, "The lukewarm response of the government of India to the plight of Tamilians is not healthy...I urge the government not only to support the resolution but also bring in effective amendments that are required to strengthen it."