21 Vanni Tamils sent to Boosa, 3 reported missing from Pulmoaddai

[TamilNet, Friday, 12 June 2009, 23:04 GMT]
Twenty one Tamil civilians from Vanni including eight women arrested by the Sri Lanka Army when they arrived in Pulmoaddai from Mullaiththeevu by boats two months ago are now detained in the Boosa detention centre which is located in Galle located down south of the country. Those now detained in Boosa detention camp were earlier detained in the police stations of Pulmoaddai, Pathaviyaa and Kepitigollewa, police sources said.

Meanwhile three members of a Tamil family arrived from Mu'l'li-vaaykkaal in Mullaiththeevu by boat to Pulmoaddai and warded in the hospital there have been reported missing since last Tuesday.

Missing persons includes a couple. The husband is a worker and his wife a Government GS officer.

When they arrived from Mullaiththeevu, they were first admitted to Pulmoaddai hospital. Thereafter, they were transferred to Pathaviya general hospital for further treatment. They were again sent back to Pulmoaddai hospital from where they were reported missing.

 

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