EP Chief Ministerís vehicle set fire to in Thirukkoayil

[TamilNet, Friday, 18 December 2009, 03:16 GMT]
A vehicle belonging to the office of Eastern Province Chief Ministerís office in Akkaraippattu was set fire to by unidentified persons Wednesday around 6:00 p.m in Thirukkoayil area in Ampaaírai district, Akkaraipattu police said. The driver of the vehicle managed to escape and inform the incident to Kaagnchirangkudaa Special Task Force (STF) who handed him over to Akkaraippattu police.

The driver was taken to Thirukkoayil police where he lodged a complaint.

Unidentified persons on six motor cycles had set fire to the above vehicle when the persons in the vehicle went in search of three men who had gone missing after an attack on TMVP men in Thampuluvil in Thirukkoayil.

Meanwhile, two of the three men gone missing returned from Thirukkoayil Wednesday around 6:00 p.m in an a three-wheeler to Akkarippattu.

The third man had walked to Akkaraippattu along the coast from Thirukkoayil around 9:00 p.m Wednesday.

 

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