Three dead bodies recovered in recent days in Batticaloa

[TamilNet, Tuesday, 28 July 2015, 23:48 GMT]
Three dead bodies of males have been recovered in recent days in Batticaloa, news sources in the district said. A 40-year-old Tamil man from Ellai Nakar Road in Chengkaladi, Konalingam Vadivel, who had gone to Kumpu'ru-moolai with his cattle was recovered dead in a shrub jungle near a Sri Lankan military post on 16 July. In the meantime, a 44-year-old Tamil-speaking Muslim was found dead on Sunday in an abandoned plot of land at Keechchaan-pa'l'lam in Kaaththaan-kudi and a 60-year-old Tamil male was found dead in the lagoon of Batticaloa, the sources further said.

The SL police is yet to establish the causes of these deaths.

The Mulsim man found dead was identified as M. Najimudeen.

The body of the third victim is yet to be identified.

 

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