Human Rights Petition against Minister John

Wednesday, 01 June 2016 - 12:44

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The National Movement for protection of consumer rights lodged a petition with the Human Rights Commission against minister of Tourism, Christian Affairs and Land John Amaratunga this morning.

The petition was filed against a recent remark made by the minister to the media over the price increase of imported vehicles.

Addressing a ceremony held in Galewela, Minister Amaratunga said that people of this country should purchase vehicles according to the nature of employment.

Having handed over the petition; chairman of the National Movement for protection of consumer rights, Ranjith Vithanage told our news team that the particular remark made by the minister has violated the rights of consumers.



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