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Complaints made at United Nation Council are 80 percent from Sri Lanka.
[ Thursday, 10 March 2011, 11:31.25 AM GMT +05:30 ]
Asian Legal Resources Central Centre had informed sufficient investigations were not processed regarding the missing persons in Sri Lanka. 80 percent of complaints exist at the United Nation Working Committee’s system regarding the complaints of missing persons from Sri Lanka.
Asian Legal Resources Central Centre allege, regarding these complaints there was no developments. For example at the last Presidential election, Journalist Pirageeth Eknaliyagoda went missing, but still investigation were not conducted against the missing journalist was pointed out by the movement.

The issue was pointed out at the petition filed at the International Human Rights Commission conference held in Geneva. Further it was mentioned that government is lacking of taking responsibility in, informing the incidents of abductions and missing incidents.
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