SLA conducts house-to-house search in Ilavalai

[TamilNet, Saturday, 31 December 2005, 12:46 GMT]
Sri Lanka Army (SLA) soldiers cordoned off and conducted a house-to-house search Mailankudal area in Illavalai 12km north of Jaffna town Saturday for nearly four hours from 7 a.m, sources from Jaffna said. The search area included Mareesankudal where two vehicles belonging to Halo Trust, robbed Tuesday from the Organization's offices in Nallur Jaffna, were later found abandoned.

Security Forces, Saturday morning cordoned off the Jaffna town area and subjected students, patients visiting Jaffna Teaching Hospital, and teachers arriving at the Vembadi Girls High School and Jaffna Central College to correct GCE (OL) answer scripts to severe questioning and demanded national security cards, sources in Jaffna said.

Meanwhile, Vice Chancellor of Jaffna Campus, Prof Mohanadas has informed that the lectures at the University will recommence on the 2nd January, Monday. This will be the first day after the recent student unrest after the Sri Lanka Army (SLA) soldiers attacked the student and staff during a peaceful protest near Parameswara Junction last week.

 

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