Don’t trust TN govt, want CBI probe into Jaya’s death: AIADMK MP in LS

New Delhi: An AIADMK member inside the Lok Sabha proper now sought a Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) probe into the lack of lifetime of former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa, saying any inquiry by the state authorities will likely be unable to unravel the "truth".

PR Sundaram, who has switched to the rebel group headed by former Chief Minister O Panneerselvam, said the Centre ought to order a CBI probe into Jayalalithaa's mysterious lack of life.

"Even if Tamil Nadu government orders a probe, hidden things will not come out. So we are demanding a CBI probe," he said.

In January, the Supreme Courtroom docket had dismissed petitions filed by expelled AIADMK MP Sasikala Pushpa and a youth organisation searching for CBI probe into Jayalalithaa's lack of life.

In the midst of the Zero Hour, one different AIADMK MP Poonaswami Venugopal raised the issue of human rights violation of Tamil inhabitants all through the civil battle and requested the federal authorities to take a strong place on the issue. He said authorities must to not ponder Sri Lanka as a nice nation.

He moreover slammed the federal authorities on "maintaining a studied silence" over the UNHRC determination on giving two further years to Sri Lanka to submit report on the killing of Tamils inside the island nation.

"There should be an international probe into atrocities on Tamils in Sri Lanka. We must ensure justice to Tamil people in that country," he said.

Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ananth Kumar termed the protection of Tamils in Sri Lanka as a important state of affairs.

He knowledgeable Venugopal that his points will in all probability be conveyed to Exterior Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj so that acceptable movement is taken to protect pursuits of the Tamils in Sri Lanka.

Venugopal moreover raised the issue of killing of an Indian fisherman earlier this month, with Kumar saying the matter wasof paramount significance for India.

BJD member Bhartruhari Mahtab requested what steps have been taken for the welfare of Tamil inhabitants in Sri Lanka after the go to of Swaraj there closing 12 months as the issue was taken up by her with Sri Lankan administration.