Body with gunshot wounds recovered in Batticaloa

[TamilNet, Thursday, 09 August 2007, 01:45 GMT]
Vellaave'li police recovered a body of a male with gun shot wounds at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday in Kaakkaachchivaddai in Batticaloa district, on information received from residents in the area, police sources said.

The victim, a day labourer had gone with some of his friends to sell lottery tickets during Po'rukaamam PillayarTemple festival, when unidentified men riing on a motorcycle alleged to have abducted him.

The victim was identified as Sinnathamby Nithyananan, 25, a family man residing in Po'rukaamam, Koayilpoaratheevu in Vellaave'li region. He was disabled and was originally from kokkaddichchoalai.

His body was taken to Ka'luvaagnchikkudi hospital and subjected to post mortem examination .

The body was later handed over to his relatives.

 

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