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Vavuniya disappearances activist questioned by TID

A disappearances activist in Vavuniya was questioned by Sri Lanka’s terrorism division earlier this month.

The secretary of the Vavuniya Families of the Disappeared association, K Rajkumar was questioned by Terrorism Investigation Department (TID) officials at the site of the Vavuniya protest on June 20.

Initially attempting to question Rajkumar by telephone, the TID officials appeared at the protest after he had refused and asked for any requests for investigation to be made in writing.

Rajkumar said he had been questioned for over thirty minutes, including over disappearance activists going to the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva.

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