The Singapore government has already refused to grant asylum to Gotabaya and has ordered him to leave the country within 15 days. In this case, there is a commotion because a complaint has been filed with the Singapore government to arrest Gothapaya. Meanwhile, Gotabaya, who is currently in Singapore, is actively trying to seek refuge in Saudi Arabia with the support of the United States, according to reports.
Kuala Lumpur: A human rights group has filed a complaint with the Singapore Attorney General seeking the arrest of former President Gotabaya Rajapakse in connection with war crimes committed in Sri Lanka. IDJP documents alleged human rights violations in Sri Lanka. This organization has filed a complaint. In 2009, when Gotabaya was serving as Sri Lanka's Defense Minister, the complaint stated that he had violated the Geneva Conventions.
While Gotabaya had escaped from Sri Lanka to Singapore in response to the economic crisis, the ITJP based in South Africa wanted to arrest and interrogate him. is listening. ITJP wants to arrest Gotabaya Rajapakse. The Singapore Attorney General's Office, which has confirmed that a complaint letter was received on the 23rd, declined to provide further details.