Inquiries with regard to the Buddhist temple built in the Ottisuddaan area occupied by the 64th division of the occupying Sri Lanka military are being carried out by the Vavuniya branch of the Human Rights Commission.
Meanwhile, in charge of this particular army camp and the Sri Lanka Army Commander have been summoned to attend inquiry which is going to be held on 25th of this month at the Vavuniya branch of Human Rights Commission.
This army camp of the 64th division of Sri Lanka Army Camp is located on the main road that leads to Puthukudiyiruppu from Katchilaimadu. A Buddhist temple has been built at this surrounding by the occupying Sri Lanka military.
Divisional Secretariat confirmed that the land on which this Buddhist temple is built is actually a privately owned.
While this issue makes controversy, owner of this land lodged a complaint at the Human Rights Council requesting to hand over his land.
Consequently, investigations headed by the in charge of the Vavuniya Human Rights Council Mr.R.L.Vasantharajah are being carried out, and in charge of this particular army camp and the Sri Lanka Army Commander and the land owner are summoned to attend the inquiry.
It is noteworthy that investigative measures of the Vavuniya Human Rights Council are getting increased nowadays and issues of all communities are resolved.