Government information has spread to the names of those who have disappeared during the war and during the final war.
However, the Ministry of Internal Affairs has stated that the High Security Ministry does not comply. Head of the Department of Disappeared, Colombo's head of the office, Saliya Peiris, has reportedly stated that they are demanding the details of the militaries who surrendered to the top officers in the final, but they did not have full details.
A senior government official has said that the government will seek to release the names of the persons who have been disappeared before the Geneva Human Rights Council's Sri Lankan Review Meeting will be held in August or September.
The Geneva Human Rights Council has given a two-year period of time to the Government of Sri Lanka to address various issues including the disappearances and human rights violations and war crimes investigations.
Therefore, the Government High Commissioner has further stated that the government is trying to reveal the names of the disappearances, at least before the session of the Geneva Human Rights Council to be held in March next year.
At the same time, for the political needs of political parties in the government. The Sri Lankan government and its three forces are not capable of betraying the international arena, a senior official of the disappeared office said.