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  • Resettlement of families living in high-risk landslide zones in the Kandy district is scheduled for discussion in February 

By Yohan Perera and Ajith Siriwardana  

 Chairman of the COPE Committee Prof. Charitha Herath yesterday said officials of Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC), Child Protection Authority had been summoned before the Committee on 11 and 12 February, 2021 respectively.  

The National Child Protection Authority has been called before COPE on the 12th of February where the Special Audit Report on the National Child Protection Authority relating to child abuse in Sri Lanka will be taken up for discussion.   The project of Resettlement of families living in high-risk landslide zones in the Kandy district is scheduled for discussion in February. 

 

  • Special Audit Report on the National Child Protection Authority relating  to child abuse in Sri Lanka will be taken up for discussion

 

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