Polikandy resident abducted

[TamilNet, Wednesday, 11 June 2003, 16:54 GMT]
Mr.Thambithurai Kulasingham,50, a resident of Polikandy in the Vadamarachchi division of the Jaffna district, is alleged to have been abducted by a group of persons in a white Hi-ace van when he was returning from the Nelliyadi police station Tuesday evening, police sources said.

Mr.Kulasingham's son, twenty year old Mr.Viji, received injuries when he attempted to rescue his father from the abductors, the police sources said

This incident took place at the Kalaandy junction in the Thikkam area when Mr. Kulasingham was returning in his car with his wife and son from Nelliyadi. Mr. Kulasingham was dragged out of his car by a group of persons who took him in their Hi-ace van, according to a complaint lodged at the police station.

Sri Lanka Police could not identify a motive for the abduction and are continuing investigations.

 

Latest 15 Reports
04.08.20 20:57   Photo
Occupying Sinhala military reminds Eezham Tamils of whose elections they partake
03.08.20 21:05  
TMVP-linked operatives collaborate with SL Navy, suppress Tamil fishers in Vaakarai
02.08.20 18:29   Photo
Manifestos of TNA, TNPF and TMTK expose lacuna, hint areas for corrections of Tamil polity
01.08.20 21:17  
Unified Eezham Tamil national front, beyond electoral politics, is next step: Jothilingam
31.07.20 22:39  
Colombo isolates Tamil political prisoners within heavily fortified cells
30.07.20 20:09  
Criminals banished from South deployed for Sinhala colonisation in Musali, Mannaar
29.07.20 18:26  
Colombo resumes surveying of lands for Sinhala colonisation in interior Batticaloa
28.07.20 18:31   Photo
Community physician referring North and East as Tamil areas was ‘racism’ for GMOA
27.07.20 20:24  
SL Police blocks protest by families of missing persons in East
26.07.20 20:17   Photo
Sinhala Archaeology officials attach GPS tracking to ‘heritage’ stones in East
25.07.20 18:26   Photo
Colombo's CID questions Wigneswaran for claiming Tamil Buddhism as predating Sinhala
24.07.20 22:15   Photo
Saiva deity statue destroyed 20 days after ‘inspection’ by Sinhala monk in Batticaloa
23.07.20 22:46   Photo
University students mark Black July Remembrance in Jaffna, Vavuniyaa and Batticaloa
22.07.20 23:38   Photo
Sinhala ‘Army & Archaeology’ target 600 sites for heritage occupation in Batticaloa
21.07.20 23:30   Photo
Colombo's Archaeology Department, SL Police threaten chief priest of Chiththaa'ndi temple
 
Find this article at:
http://www.tamilnet.com/art.html?catid=13&artid=9188