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Foreign affairs is the domain of the Centre, not a State subject - Dr.Swamy
Dr Subramanian Swamy, a senior BJP leader and a strong critic of the LTTE speaking to ibnlive about the AIADMK chief and Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa's opposition to inviting Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa to Modi's swearing in, said that foreign affairs is the domain of the Centre.

"This invitation to Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa is an invitation from one sovereign country to another sovereign neighbouring country. Constitutional principle under the 7th schedule of the Constitution makes it clear that international relation is the exclusive right of the Central government. State governments have no say when it comes to foreign relations. We follow democratic principles of consultation and seek the views and opinions of the state governments. But, it is not a Constitutional right. The Centre can try to build a consensus. That's it", he said.

"There is a series of allegations of human rights violations against the Sri Lankan government. It happened even during the second World War in which millions of civilians died. When America dropped nuclear bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, only the civilians died, no military personnel died. Human rights are a collateral damage in a war. Even the LTTE is also equally responsible for the death of thousands of civilians. Of course it was a war. Even the LTTE has been indicted by many for the loss of lives and human rights violations" Dr.Swamy further eemphasised.