More SLRC officials under investigation

[TamilNet, Friday, 02 July 1999, 07:00 GMT]
The Sri Lankan Terrorist Investigation Department (TID) which is interrogating the Sri Lanka Red Cross (SLRC) official, Sivanathan Kishore, his office assistant Ronald Srikanth and SLRC Vavuniya branch driver Nagamany Easwaranathan about suspected connections with the Liberation Tigers, has summoned the branch President Chelliah Manrcandeyar and five assistants who are working in the office, said sources.

Meanwhile, the Secretary General of the SLRC in Colombo has appointed six members in Vavuniya as the interim committee to be in charge of the activities of Vavuniya branch.

Secretary General Mr.Bulathsinhala has requested K.Ganesh the Government Agent to preside the first meeting of this interim committee on Saturday July 3, to elect their President and other office bearers among them.

 

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