Two Jaffna youths missing

[TamilNet, Saturday, 06 May 2006, 11:24 GMT]
Two youths who had travelled to Jaffna town from Point Pedro to buy provisions for their carpentry business Friday have been reported missing, according to complaints made by their relatives at the Sri Lanka Human Rights Commission offices in Jaffna, civil society sources in Jaffna said.

Navartnam Sasikumar, 23, of Katkovalam in Pt.Pedro and Subramanium Krishnakumar, 23, of Kudaththani in Vadamaradchi East were working together as carpenters. They went to Jaffna Friday, and have not returned home till Saturday 12.00 noon, the relatives said in the complaint.

Elsewhere in Jaffna, SLA soldiers conducted a search operation in the Inuvil area Saturday morning. Kandaswamy temple road, KKS road and Cross road in Inuvil were searched by the troops.

It is not known if any arrests were made.

 

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