TNA MP Jeyananthamoorthy's secretary reported missing

[TamilNet, Thursday, 28 May 2009, 15:32 GMT]
Thavarajasingham Subash, 23, secretary to S.Jeyananthamoorthy, Batticaloa district Tamil National Alliance (TNA) parliamentarian has been reported missing mysteriously since Tuesday early morning around 2:15 a.m after he arrived in Katunayake from Chennai airport in Tamilnadu. Katunayake Police took into custody on his arrival from Chennai. Later it was reported that he was released. However he failed to return home thereafter, according to complaints lodged with the police by his relatives, according to media reports.

Thavarajasingham Subash is the son of a sister of S. Jeyananthamoorthy and had been residing with her parents in Colombo.

His mother immediately contacted the police officer in charge through Vanni district TNA parliamentarian Sivanathan Kishore. But she was asked to come to the police station and take him in charge of her. The next day morning she went to the police station, but she was told by the police station that her son had been released on the same day morning around 6:30 a.m.

Relatives suspect that he has been detained by the police.


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