Father, son abducted in Vadamaraadchi

[TamilNet, Wednesday, 26 January 2011, 12:05 GMT]
A recently released man from SLA internment camp in Vavuniyaa in his early 30s and resettled with his father at Polika'ndi in Vadmaraadchi, Jaffna, has been abducted, according to human rights activists in the region. A few days after the abduction of the son, his father too was abducted by armed men who came in a white van. The family of the abducted remains silent as they had been threatened not to complain or talk to media, the sources further said.

Informed sources in Polika'ndi suspect a squad attached to Sri Lanka Navy, coming from Trincomalee, to be behind the abduction of the father, who is a trader, and his son, a married man, resently resettled with his wife after being uprooted from Vanni.


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