Paramilitary cadres abduct two 15-years-old boys in Valaichenai

[TamilNet, Monday, 13 March 2006, 13:43 GMT]
Paramilitary cadres, riding in a white van on Kalkudah road in Valaichenai, abducted two 15-years-old boys around 5:30 p.m. Monday. The van, without a number plate, rushed towards Valaichenai fisheries harbour camp of the Sri Lanka Army (SLA) with the abducted boys, eyewitnesses alleged. The incident took place in front of the office of ZOA, a Christian International NGO, located close to the Valaichenai Bus stand.

Suthaharan Kulosan, 15, Jeyaraj Krishan, 15, and another boy, all students of Valaichenai Hindu College, were cycling while the armed men in the white van abducted the two boys.

Kulosan is a son of a retired school teacher of Valaichenai Hindu College, and Krishan is a son of a school principal in Valaichenai, residents said.

Parents of the abducted boys rushed to Valaichenai Police to lodge complaints, the sources added.

 

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