Australian delegation in talks with Defence Secretary

Australian_Deputy_High_Commissioner_meets_Defence_Secretary_20151014_01p2Australian delegation led by the Deputy High Commissioner to Sri Lanka, Tim Huggins, had talks with Defence Secretary Karunasena Hettiarachchi at the ministry premises today.

The Defence Ministry said that a cordial discussion was held between the Secretary and Deputy High Commissioner on matters of bilateral relevance and mutual interest.


  1. Few weeks ago I have written to the Australian High Commission in Colombo to assure me to get a human rights lawyer in Australia, but no reply. If I don’t get a positive reply by the end of this week, I will handover flyers to the people outside of the Australian High Commission in Colombo to expose Australia’s ill democracy.

    As a human rights writer I faced extreme censorship and financial hardship in Australia. The Australian government even deleted my citizenship to keep me silent. Australia believes that keeping me in financial hardship and isolation are the solution for what have been happening in the outback. It is simply wrong, it will backfire on all Australians in due time.

    Last year, one of the biggest Australia’s leading social justice law firms Maurice Blackburn Lawyers has declined to take my case. Between 2006 and 2008 I have tried to get a human rights lawyer in Australia, but wasn’t successful. Between 2012 and 2014 I tried very hard to get a human rights lawyer in New Zealand also; but wasn’t successful either. The Australian government won’t allow me to fight my case, because it is a national embarrassment and defeat. China has taken the manufacturing sector, and India has taken the service sector. Only thing left with the West is democracy, in order to divide and rule others. If the West lost democracy it lost everything.

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