Skeletal remains found in Ki値inochchi

[TamilNet, Thursday, 10 June 2010, 16:18 GMT]
The owners of a house in Ka地daava値ai in Ki値inochchi district in Vanni found a human skeletal remains lying in the backyard when they were preparing to resettle in their house, sources in Vanni said. Meanwhile, unidentified men had caused injuries Tuesday to an elderly man and his wife who were alone in their house in Nedungkea地i in Vanni and the man succumbed to the injuries later, the sources added.

The victim killed was identified as Rasalingam, 73, a resident of Nedungkea地i.

The killers had robbed the properties of the couple after seriously injuring them.

The owners of the house who found the skeletal remains said that it could be of their father who had been killed caught in the war on Vanni.

Recently five male bodies estimated to be between 20 to 35 years of age, in highly decomposed state and packed securely in five separate bags were exhumed from the toilet pit of a house in Ka'neasapuram in Ki値inochchi in Vanni.

 

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