Nainativu student reported missing

[TamilNet, Tuesday, 13 July 2004, 10:17 GMT]
Mr.Rajagopal Gajendran (18),a student of Nainativu Maha Vidiyalayam is reported missing since July 5, according to a complaint lodged with the Jaffna regional office of the Human Rights Commission of Sri Lanka (HRCSL) by his parents Monday, sources said.

Mr. Gajendran left Nainativu to Jaffna town accompanied by a teacher. Since then the boy has failed to return home. In another development the teacher who accompanied the student is also reported missing thereafter, sources said.

In the second complaint lodged at the HRCSL, Jaffna office last week, Mr. Krishnapillai Chandramohan (24) of Batticaloa who got married recently in Karaveddy in Jaffna district is reported missing after he left Jaffna on March 10 this year to report to his business establishment in Kilinochchi. But according to Kilinochchi sources Mr. Chandramohan had failed to report for work since he left to Jaffna, his relatives stated in their complaint.

 

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