GP Selvam who is the co-chair of the Commission of National Inquiry (CNI), created to investigate the downfall of former President Mohamed Nasheed's government on February 7, has left the country on private business again.
An official from the CNI revealed today that Selvam had left for Singapore on August 3 and that it has not been confirmed when he will return.
“We don’t know when he will return, but he will be here before the report is published. The commission’s work is progressing, it hasn’t stopped,” the official said.
Haveeru has learned that Selvam will return on August 25.
Selvam had previously gone to Singapore on a personal trip earlier in July for a week as well. Selvam is also involved in arbitration work in Singapore besides being co-chair of the CNI here.
At a CNI press conference held on August 2, Selvam said that the final report of the CNI will be sent to relevant authorities on August 29 and the report published on August 30.