White van armed men abduct 5 youths in Amparai

[TamilNet, Thursday, 15 February 2007, 15:26 GMT]
Armed men in white van, alleged to be members of Karuna group, abducted five youths from the Central camp in Amparai, located about 10 km west of Kalmunai on February 13 and 14.

The parents of three of the abducted youths have lodged complaints with the Central camp police. According to the complaint the youths abducted are T. Srithas, 17, Thambipillai Sritharan, 18, Tharumarajah Thayaparan, 20, all from Sangapura area.

Parents of the other two abducted youths are yet to make complaints to the Central camp police.

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