HRC Received Over 11,000 Complaints From 2009 Till 2011

The government says the Human Rights Commission (HRC) has received 11,732 complaints on alleged human rights violations between the 2009 and June 2011.

The government has informed parliament that 2,329 complaints had been solved while some of the remaining complaints had been referred to other institutions and some withdrawn by the complainants.

Out of the total complaints, 3,319 had not been violations of fundamental rights.

Chief Government Whip and Minister Dinesh Gunawardena has said the largest number of complaints in 2009 had been against the Police Department. Of the 5,454 complaints received that year, 2,691 had been against the police.

4 Comments for “HRC Received Over 11,000 Complaints From 2009 Till 2011”

  1. Shiva

    The Rajapakse regime must allow international independent Human Rights organizations to collect details and investigate crimes.

    Sri Lankan Human Rights has no credibility and they may be under government pressure to cover up crimes and write a pro-government and propaganda decisions.

    When the International Community comes to senes, they will invade Sri Lanka and it may be too late as already hundred of thousands of innocent Tamils are brutalized and perished due the Rajapakse regime thuggary.

  2. love2betraitor

    if i was the president, i’d take back all the police of all ranks, batch by batch to police training college n retrain them effectively. i seriously think the police should act abit professional. not like some thug from some watta

  3. TomsamUSa

    The UN panel report and C4 documentary puts the “complaints” over 40,000!!!

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