Police arrests Tamil nurse, family man abducted, in Batticaloa

[TamilNet, Sunday, 22 February 2009, 08:29 GMT]
Batticaloa police arrested Saturday around 11:00 a.m a Tamil nurse attached to Kalmunai hospital in Kalladi on suspicion that she had helped Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE). Meanwhile, unidentified armed men abducted Saturday a family man in Karadiyanaa’ru police division in Batticaloa district, Karadiyanaa’ru police said.

The nurse arrested is Ratnam Poongkothai, 36.

The family man abducted is M. Amalraj alias Ranjith, 32, a resident of Marappaalam in Karadiyanaa’ru.

The abductors who came on motor cycles forcibly took away Amalraj from the paddy field where he was working in.

Marappaalam is located on Badula-Chnegkaladi road.

 

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