Sri Lanka: Open letter to Indian Parliamentarians visiting Sri Lanka
In this open letter Amnesty International calls on the Indian Parliamentary delegation visiting Sri Lanka to urge your Sri Lankan counterparts to act immediately to address serious problems affecting the safety and dignity of some quarter of a million Sri Lankans held in government-run camps in northern and eastern Sri Lanka. Amnesty International urges you to emphasize the need to respect the rights of all displaced people to liberty and freedom of movement; freedom from arbitrary arrest and incommunicado detention.
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