The Human Rights Commission of Sri Lanka has called on a few Sri Lanka Podujana Peramuna MPs including former Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa to record statements on Wednesday.
The group have been summoned over investigations of the attack on peaceful protestors on the 9th of May, at GotaGoGama and MainaGoGama and the unrest that followed.
The Commission has called on Parliamentarians Namal Rajapaksa, Rohitha Abeygunawardena, Johnston Fernando and Minister Ramesh Pathirana to make statements before the Human Rights Commission on Wednesday.
The Commission also revealed that Chairman of the Avant Garde Group Nissanka Senadhipathi has also been summoned to record a statement tomorrow.
He has been summoned before the commission over a complaint that a group of inmates were invited to be part of a political rally at Temple Trees on the 9th of May.
The Human Rights Commission previously summoned the Commissioner General of Prisons to record a statement regarding this complaint.
The Commission said the Inspector General of Police and Senior DIG in charge of Western Province, Deshabandu Tennakoon has also been summoned on Wednesday.