SLA soldier’s body recovered from well in Thenmaraadchi

[TamilNet, Tuesday, 16 December 2008, 10:43 GMT]
Chaavakachcheari police recovered the body of a Sri Lanka Army (SLA) soldier from a well close to the SLA camp in Meesaalai in Chaavakachcheari, on being informed by SLA officials. Police are investigating into the cause of death of the victim, sources in Chaavakachcheari said on Monday.

Chaavakachcheari Acting magistrate, S. Kanapathipillai, visited the site and conducted the inquest into the death.

The magistrate directed the police to send the body to the Judicial Medical Officer (JMO) in Colombo for examination and to submit the JMO’s report to Chaavakachcheari Court.

He also directed the police to have the body sent to the victim’s home town after the postmortem examination.

 

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