Three persons killed in Vavuniya

[TamilNet, Thursday, 08 February 2007, 07:35 GMT]
A man and his wife were shot dead in Maharambaikkulam in Vavuniya, in the early hours of Thursday, police said. Separetley, an auto-rikshaw driver was shot dead at Kooman kulam, around 6:45 p.m., Wednesday.

Aarumukam Sakthivelai, 47, and his wife, Maheswaray Sakthivelai, 42, were shot dead around 1.30 a.m., Thursday while they were sleeping. They have two children, Vavuniya police said.

The autho-rikshaw driver who was killed in Wednesday's shooting was identified as Ramachandran Jeyachandran, 33. He is father of two. He lost his one leg during the war, his wife told the police.

All three bodies were handed over to the Vavuniya hospital, Thursday.

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