It is said that the main intention of recent visit of a high profile Indian delegation to Sri Lanka is to asked the Government to stop military action against the LTTE.
This is a hot topic among srilankan politicians these days.
But the governmwnt rejects the story, saying the objective of visit is to manifestation of the flourishing bilateral relations between the two countries, Cabinet spokesman Minister Anura Priyadarshana Yapa said.
Pointing out that the Government's action against the LTTE was aimed at liberating the people of the North from terrorism, Minister Yapa said that both countries concurred on the need to address the grievances of the Tamil community through a political solution.
"Our relations with India were never as friendly and favourable as today. It is as a result of these healthy relations that not only political leaders but also top officials of the two countries are holding discussions on a regular basis," he added.