Fiji's Independent Commission Against Corruption has confirmed an investigation involving the Fiji Human Rights Commission is underway.
A FICAC spokesperson said the enquiry was in its early stages and confirmed that a search of the Human Rights and Anti-Discrimination Commission offices was conducted on Friday.
A spokesperson for the head of the Human Rights agency Ashwin Raj said Mr Raj was busy in meetings all day and was unlikely to comment.
A week ago FICAC brought corruption charges against Sitiveni Rabuka, the leader of the main opposition party SODELPA, who said his high profile is making him a target.
Mr Rabuka is due in court tomorrow to face charges relating to alleged anomalies in his financial declarations for 2016 and 2017.
If found guilty he may be ineligible to run in Fiji's general election due later this year.