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6-year-old Tamil boy brutally raped and killed near genocidal SL Navy camp in Champoor

[TamilNet, Tuesday, 26 January 2016, 09:14 GMT]
A 6-year-old Tamil boy, reported missing at Champoor on Monday evening at 5:30 p.m., was recovered dead after being brutally raped and dumped into an abandoned well located near the ‘Vidura’ camp of the occupying navy of genocidal Sri Lanka. The resettled Tamil families who went searching for the boy found traces of sexual abuse inside an abandoned house located near the naval camp. Military shoelaces have been used to bind the boy to a stone, the eyewitnesses who were watching the SL police to recover the corpse from the well, told TamilNet. SL President Maithiripala Sirisena is directly responsible for the brutality as he failed to move the Navy camp away from the resettling people as promised, Tamil rights activists in Trincomalee said adding that the West, led by the USA and a host of other countries, is particularly responsible for the continuation of genocidal paradigm after 2009.

Tharshan Kugathasan


Tharshan Kugathasan
Tharshan Kugathasan
Tharshan Kugathasan
The GS divisions targeted by SL military and economic zones of occupation
The GS divisions targeted by SL military and economic zones of occupation [Map courtesy: Environment Impact Assessment Report]
The brutal rape and murder has sent shockwaves across Moothoor East Tuesday morning.

The slain boy was identified as Tharshan Kugathasan.

The family of Tharshan resettled at the locality 5 months ago. Tharshan was the third and last child of the family. He was attending first grade.

The SL Navy personnel manning the sentry point used to ‘invite’ him to their military posts providing food and chocolates, the eyewitnesses further said.

The Sinhala Navy, which was supposed to vacate from Champoor Maha Viththiyaalayam School and the adjacent residential areas of 237 acres, has been indefinitely postponing the relocation of the Vidura training base. The promises made by SL President Maithiripala Sirisena have not been fulfilled.

The Eastern Provincial Governor Austin Fernando, who is a former defence secretary of occupying Colombo went on record on December 15 that the SL Navy would be handing back the lands before January 05. But, the SL Navy continues to be stationed at the site.

The unitary State of ‘Sri Lanka’ has been bargaining strategic access to Trincomalee with all the competing powers, USA, China and India in the Indian Ocean Region and these powers have been backing Colombo to maintain its military in the Tamil homeland.

The occupying military being stationed all over the Tamil homeland has been committing physical, cultural and structural genocide against the nation of Eezham Tamils. The Tamil women and children have been the most vulnerable after May 2009.

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