By M Rama Rao reporting from New Delhi for Asian Tribune
Even a day after the LTTE came out with stunning confessional cum olive branch, there is skepticism here in New Delhi and in Chennai, the headquarters of India's Dravidian parties, who are known for their sympathetic leaning towards the fellow ethnic Tamils in Sri Lanka across the Palk Straits. Justice Milap Chand Jain, who had inquired the assassination of Rajiv Gandhi, has however termed the Anton Balasingham's apology as 'meaningless'. He said if any one should confess to the crime, it is Velupillai Pirabhakaran. "This regret should have come from Pirabhakaran mouth, why from Balasingham," the retired judge who constituted the one man probe body said. He reiterated what he had said in his report - Indian government should also probe any international conspiracy behind the assassination.