freedom of doctors say that torture is torture after the end of the civil war that presses Britain to deport Tamils ??
A UK charity which campaigns for an end to deportations to Sri Lanka to the UN delivered a record of medical evidence to support allegations that the authorities continue to torture opponents.Protection
communication against Torture - formerly known as the Medical Foundation for the Care of Victims of Torture - is based on a review of 35 cases from Sri Lanka more than 300 people were referred to clinics in charity in the UK for an examination or treatment during the past two years.Medical
the organization that the detailed reviews of Sri Lanka, patients show that torture is still going in 2011, two years after the end of the 26-year civil war ended in defeat the separatist forces of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam, LTTE or.
The report is one of the many human rights groups have submitted to the UN Committee against Torture, which must review the implementation of Sri Lanka with international humanitarian law.
The filing comes at a time when the UK government will proceed with the eviction of Tamils ??whose asylum applications were rejected, after the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Border Services Agency United Kingdom United concluded that it is safe. Shortly before the mass deportation in September, the Interior Ministry said it was taking steps to monitor the welfare of prisoners, then admitted he was not. The Government of Sri Lanka, meanwhile, described the allegations of torture as being "baseless" and denied media reports on the concerns of human rights groups as "malicious."
torture Freedom presentation is based on forensic reports are based on documents prepared for asylum or other legal proceedings. It is said that the "vast majority" of people in Sri Lanka attended by doctors charity are Tamils, Sinhalese instead.
"Torture committed by state agents in the army and police continued in Sri Lanka after the war ended in May 2009 and is still produced in 2011," he said. "These cases demonstrate the continued widespread use of a large number of unofficial detention centers where many people ... have been made."
majority of victims were associated with the LTTE, or suspected of being linked to the organization, although some said they had been forced to join their ranks.
The organization says that many people who try and critics have complained of sexual abuse, a significant number have been marked by hot tools placed horizontally in the back, and several are described hung upside down, while a plastic bag with gasoline was placed over their heads.of torture and other NGOs fear that Border Services Agency in the UK make decisions on asylum, in part, on the basis of a report that government officials Sri Lanka's intelligence by saying that some prisoners were causing injury to themselves, to strengthen the claims of asylum later.