Oct 27, Colombo: The Commission to Investigate Bribery or Corruption in Sri Lanka has received over 2,500 complaints against public servants in the country.
The Commission has stated that 2,539 such complaints have been received in the past nine months.
Director General of the Commission, Lakshmi Jayawickrama has told the media that most of the complaints were related to bribery, corruption and illegal acquisition of assets.
The Commission has commenced investigations into most of the complaint and filed 65 cases before court on alleged illegal acquisition of assets during the past months.
The Bribery Commission Act has classified bribery complaints as urgent matters.