Profiles of TRO abductees released

[TamilNet, Friday, 10 February 2006, 18:54 GMT]
Tamils Rehabilitation Organization (TRO), Friday, released the family background and employment details of the seven employees abducted during the week of January 30, allegedly by paramilitaries, and still being held in captivity.

Profiles on abducted TRO staffers

Profiles of K Ganeshalingam, 53, K Ravinthiran, 26, Ms Premini, 25, Sujendran,Thangarajah, 43, and Satheskaran were included in the released document. Details of Sujendran is yet to be made available.

TRO, Friday morning denied accusations from the Sri Lanka Government spokesperson, and from the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mangala Samaraweera, that TRO was not co-operating with the Sri Lanka Government investigations. TRO officials expressed dismay at the Governement's campaign to discredit the TRO and said that the Sri Lanka Government instead of making all efforts to secure the release of TRO employees whose lives are in grave danger, is trying to politcize the abduction.

Talks on "smooth implementation of the Cease Fire Agreement" between the Government of Sri Lanka and the Liberation Tigers are scheduled to take place in Geneva on 22-23rd February.

 

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