Two brothers shot dead in Mannar

[TamilNet, Saturday, 13 January 2007, 09:26 GMT]
The bodies of the two young men found with gun shot injuries at Nanattan-Eruvittan in Mannar district Friday afternoon have been identified as Rajasankar (23) and his brother Theivendran (21). Police recovered the bodies with their hands tied behind, around 3:30 p.m., Friday .

Mannar Additional Magistrate Mr.T.J.Pirapaharan ordered the bodies to be handed over to their parents after the inquest held at the Mannar general hospital Saturday morning.

Perumal Raja, the victims' father, told Murunkan Police that he had been residing with his youngest son, Theivendran in Madukarai. Rajasankar was his eldest son and a father of one child and had been residing at Maharambaikulam in Vavuniya with his family. On January 11 his youngest son left to Vavuniya where he met his elder brother.

Both my sons were shot dead when they were returning from Maharambaikulam to Madukarai same day night, he said.

 

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