By Terence Bunch Published 2009-06-20 00:00:00 Last Edited 2009-06-20 00:00:00
After the final assault finishes in Sri Lanka and 130,000 Tamil citizens are left dead, displaced, missing or detained by the Sinhalese in concentration camps, the British Tamil diaspora continue with their campaign to open the worlds eyes.
They gather at Hyde Park in London and march to Embankment.
At their head, is a graphic representation of the situation is it now stands, a detention pen symbolising a Sri Lankan concentration camp.
Behind the pen, tens of thousands of Tamils hold black flags to remember those who have died on the island.
They are joined by a rank of women carrying framed images of relatives that have been lost.
Among the flags are thousands of placards setting out the primary injustice suffered by the Tamils and questions left unanswered.
London. 20th June 2009.