Sunday, October 24, 2021

முல்லைத்தீவு: சிவிலியன் வருகை அதிகரிப்பு:

displace.jpgமுல்லைத்தீவு பிரதேசத்திலிருந்து இராணுவ கட்டுப் பாட்டு பிரதேசத்தை நோக்கி 27 குடும்பங்களைச் சேர்ந்த 78 சிவிலியன்கள் வருகை தந்துள்ளதாக பொலிஸ் ஊடக பேச்சாளர், சிரேஷ்ட பொலிஸ் அத்தியட்சகர் ரஞ்சித் குணசேகர தெரிவித்தார். 78 சிவிலியன்களும் நேற்று முன்தினம் மாலை ஓமந்தை சோதனைச் சாவடியை வந்தடைந்துள்ளதாக அவர் மேலும் தெரிவித்தார்.

18 சிறுமிகள், 13 சிறுவர்கள், 29 ஆண்கள் மற்றும் 18 பெண்கள் இவர்களில் அடங்குவர். வருகை தந்த சிவிலி யன்கள் வழக்கமான விசாரணைகளுக்கு பின்னர் நலன்புரி நிலையங்களுக்கு அனுப்பி வைக்கப்பட்டுள்ளதாக பொலிஸ் ஊடக பேச்சாளர் மேலும் தெரிவித்தார்.

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  • மாற்றுகருத்துதோழர்

    Muttiah Mahalingam, 29, Vatakachchi
    I was living in Vatakachchi and I was displaced because of a shell attack. The conflict spread to my village east of Kilinochchi town and I was displaced along with my family; my parents, wife and a one-month-old baby.

    We all went to Dharmapuram. Last Monday I left Dharmapuram and went back to my house to pick up some things. I went in a small group and when I went there, some soldiers suddenly came and they took me.

    I was taken to Kilinochchi hospital and from there I was taken to the Vavuniya camp for internally displaced people (IDPs). But my family is still in Dharmapuram.

    They don’t know what has happened to me. I am very worried because I have no contact with my family. The officials will not allow anybody to leave the camp. Life has been very difficult for us. The cost of living has been going up, there have been no jobs.

    I just want to go back to my house and family. I just don’t know what has happened to them.


    Kantharubi Sivanathan, 28, mother-of-two, Paranthan
    On the night of 9 January my family was among a group of 58 people trying to cross over to army-controlled area.

    It was night-time when we were going and I think that we ran into some army people who were lying there. Suddenly there were reports of gun fire and suddenly we all fell down. A bullet hit my husband and he was instantly killed.

    Everyone was crying and shouting. After half an hour, the soldiers came to help us and they took us and the injured and the dead bodies to Kilinochchi hospital and from there we were taken to the IDP camp.

    I escaped without any injuries but I lost my husband. We came into army-controlled areas for safety but I have lost my husband. I don’t know what I am going to do with my two small children.

    I don’t know what is going to happen to my family in the future. I am all alone without my husband. As it was too dark I don’t know who fired the shots but the army helped us.