Tamil student reported missing in Batticaloa

[TamilNet, Wednesday, 05 October 2011, 20:20 GMT]
A 16-year-old student who left his home at U'rukamam in Karadiyanaa'ru in Batticaloa on September 29 to visit his relatives in Aiyangkea'ni in Ea'raavoor has failed to return since then, according to a complaint lodged with the SL Police at Ea'raavoor by his parents. The victim, Amarasingham Vimalraj, has been a student of Karadiayanaa'ru MV and attending GCE O/L classes.

Meanwhile another student is said to have contacted the parents of missing boy by telephone and told them that their son was being kept at a location in Colombo.

Parents of the missing boy have also complained to the Batticaloa Regional Office of the Human Rights Commission of Sri Lanka (HRCSL).

The parents have alleged in their representation to the HRCSL that the Police has not shown any attempt to inquire into their complaint.

 

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