Campaign for Free and Fair Elections (CaFFE) stressed that there is an attempt to highlight the radical extremist conditions in the presidential campaign.
Director of the organization Surangi Ariyawansa stated that the matter has been informed to the Election Commission in writing.
She pointed out that there is a process of organizing extremist situations through social media.
In addition, CaFFE also observes that statements are being made that religious extremism is emerging even in the general public.
CaFFE has highlighted that it is a violation of their political rights to discriminate against any citizen, group or community based on race, religion, language or caste because they support a candidate.
The letter also states that this situation could escalate into a communal conflict in the future, which would hinder free and fair elections.
Executive Director of the CaFFE stated that the election campaign has become somewhat violent and there have been incidents of violence in several parts of the country in the past two days.
She pointed out that it is the responsibility of the main candidates to control the situation and if it is not controlled, it will be a serious matter in the future.
CaFFE has reported 286 incidents since the Presidential Election and most of them have been reported violations of election laws and misuse of public property.