One of four missing Tamil civilians found dead in Trincomalee

[TamilNet, Wednesday, 28 June 2006, 09:08 GMT]
One of the four Tamil civilians Mr.Anthony Joseph reported missing was found dead with gunshot and cut injuries Tuesday evening at Periyakulam in Kuchchaveli Police division. The whereabouts of other three Tamil civilians of Bharathipuram in Killiveddy in Serunuwara police division are not still known, civil sources said.

Mr.Anthony Joseph was reported missing from June 25 after he went to collect firewood for his limekiln located in Periyakulam.

Other three Tamil civilians, Nallathamby Gnaneswaran, Paththakutty Thiraviyaraja and Ampalavanapillai Sathasivam of Bharathipuram in Killiveddy were reported missing after they went to Aathiamankerni in search of the cattle they left before being displaced from their village due to violence, sources said.

No information has been received about these Tamil civilians up to now, civil sources said.

 

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