The Northern Chief minister has said that, in the context of two years’ time being granted to the Sri Lankan Government, to implement the UN’s resolution of 2015, he is to request the UN to monitor every two months as to what progress has been made relevant to the resolution. He also said that he will also request that, the UN should monitor the progress regarding, especially missing persons.
A meeting between the representatives of the relatives of the missing persons and the CM, Ministers and MPcs at the CM’s Secretariat in Kaithady from 1.00 p.m. to 3.00 p.m. yesterday.
Commenting on the meeting the CM further said, we met representatives of relatives of the missing persons from all districts in the North. Although they had testified before several commissions nothing had been done.
The Paranagama Commission report has not been published so far. around 19,000 testified to it. I will demand that the report be published. If it is published we could check the accuracy in recording the testimonies, and everyone would know what had really happened.
some people had seen their missing relatives some years after the missing, even in photograph with the President.