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The former Presidential candidate and Tamil National Alliance Member of Parliament, M.K.Sivajilingham is to lodge a protest with the Indian High Commission (HC) in Colombo over being deported back to Sri Lanka from Chennai

According to the Asian Tribune website Sivajilingham, who was deported on Tuesday he will be lodging a protest note to the Indian High Commission in Colombo. Sivajilingham pointed out that he still has a diplomatic passport issued for MPs which is valid till the newly elected MPs are officially gazette by the Election Commission.

He said he has obtained SAARC Travel endorsement in his passport from the Sri Lanka Immigration which is valid till 10 November 2010.

Immigration authorities in Chennai told Sivajilingham that there is a Home Ministry notification that he is persona non grata and accordingly he will be deported back to Colombo.

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  • Thursday, 15 April 2010 04:57 AM

    now you are learning how to deal with problems legally. good boy

    Thursday, 15 April 2010 06:53 PM

    He has lost all the respect he had. Poor chap - rejected by the Tamils. The indirect support he received from the government, has also gone. The Indians don't want him as they view him a threat. If he had stuck with the TNA, he would have been an MP by now.

    Thursday, 15 April 2010 10:18 AM

    What protest? To resume VIP treatment or to get visa fees returned. ' The fees once paid will not be returned'

    Thursday, 15 April 2010 03:48 AM

    you tap your hart and see the n you will get the reply ...

    Thursday, 15 April 2010 03:56 AM

    Useless lodging a protest with the Indian HC. Inform Miliband or Human Rights Commission about human rights violations by not allowing you to enter India.

    Thursday, 15 April 2010 04:22 AM

    Our humble opinion is that the Indian High Commission did the correct thing in this regard .


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