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Human Rights Commission Wants To Investigate Entire Law Enforcement System

Colombo (No. 1 in News); Sri Lanka’s Human Rights Commission appoints president to identify perpetrators within law enforcement responsible for law violations leading to 9 May 2022 riots recommended that

The HRCSL said in a statement regarding its findings into an investigation into a riot that occurred across Temple Tree on May 9, 2022, that Galle Face said police were unable to accurately verify the speeches of members of parliament and other members of parliament. said it became clear. State and non-state officials performed within Temple Tree that day.

The HRCSL said its inability to obtain this vital information was due to the Intelligence Service under the Secretary of Defense, the Office of National Intelligence.

The HRCSL states that police leaders (lGPs and senior officers) must have systems in place to constantly analyze all incoming information and the Sri Lanka Police
Get all relevant information to prepare your officers for any possible attack.

The Human Rights Commission of Sri Lanka confirmed that the telephone conversations between the IGP and its subordinates and from their subordinates to the IGP and between the IGP and the Secretary of Defense on 9 May 2022 from 11:50 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. advised to investigate the telephone conversation between Phone messages should come from his TRCSL.

The HRCSL also recommended that the State adequately compensate victims injured by law enforcement officers’ breach of this obligation.

It also recommended that the president direct a commission appointed to investigate the entire law enforcement system, identify culprits, and take necessary steps to deal with such officers punitively.

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