Decapitated body of youth recovered in Eazhaa'lai

[TamilNet, Saturday, 10 November 2007, 18:46 GMT]
A severely mutilated and decapitated body of a youth abducted October 31 st from Power House Road , Chunnakam in Valikaamamn was recovered Saturday from an isolated area in Mayilangkaadu Eazhaa'lai, local residents said. The relatives of the youth had earlier reported his disappearance at the office of Jaffna Human Rights Commission (HRC).

Local residents found the body of the victim stabbed in the neck by a sharp weapon and decapitated body cut it into number parts strewn in the area.

The victim identified as Ganeshan Suresh, 22, a driver by profession is a resident of Paththanai, Alaveddi.

The Grama Sevaka (GS), notified by the area residents, passed the information to Tellippalai police who subsequently transferred the corpse to Jaffna Teaching Hospital.

The victim is believed to have been killed early morning Saturday, hospital sources said.

 

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