Vavuniyaa Court directs army, police to trace missing civilian

[TamilNet, Friday, 30 May 2008, 03:54 GMT]
Vavuniyaa District Judge and Magistrate M.Ilanchelziayan Thursday directed the Officer Commanding of 211 Division of the Sri Lanka Army (SLA) and Senior Superintendent of Police to take appropriate steps to trace the missing person Sivalingam Sivananthan, legal sources in Vavuniyaa said. According to complaints lodged with the Vavuniyaa Police and magistrate court by the victim's relatives, Sivananthan had been abducted by groups of persons who arrived in auto and motor bikes while he was waiting at Poonthoddam junction in Vavuniya on May 19 Monday night, reports said.

Meanwhile, the whereabouts of Balakulasingham Balamohan, an employee working in the office of the Vavuniyaa North Education Zone who was abducted by unidentified armed persons from his house located at Ve'ppankulam in Vavuniyaa on May 12 night around 10.30 are not known, sources said.

 

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