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HRCSL to probe violent incidents in Kandy District

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The Human Rights Commission of Sri Lanka (HRCSL) to investigate complaints made by the public with regard to the violent incidents based on religious hatred that occurred in the Kandy District by virtue of their powers vested under the Human Rights Commission of Sri Lanka Act No.21 of 1996, Chairperson of (HRCSL) Dr. Deepika Udagama said.

Issuing a statement, she stated that as the initial step of the investigation, written information and evidence would be collected from persons affected by the violent incidents and any other interested party. 

“The written submissions should not exceed three (03) pages and must include the date, place and time of incidents and names of persons or institutions identified related to the issues addressed by the written submissions. Photographs or videos of the incidents can also be attached to the submission,” Dr. Udagama said. 

HRCSL requested that the written submissions must be forwarded on or before April 21, 2018 via registered post to the following address:

Regional Coordinator,
Kandy Regional Office,
Human Rights Commission of Sri Lanka,
No.8/1, Primrose Road,
Peradeniya Road,
Kandy.                              (Sheain Fernandopulle)

 

  Comments - 4

  • johan Monday, 09 April 2018 03:32 PM

    Just inquire SLPP area heroes who are behind these attacks

    Arnold Monday, 09 April 2018 03:44 PM

    Did they just wake up or what?

    Buddhist Monday, 09 April 2018 06:16 PM

    Please make sure that the SLPP MPs who instigated and organized this are locked up.

    Nash Tuesday, 10 April 2018 01:28 AM

    Mr. Human rights where have you been... anyway taks for your announcement


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