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Attack on two soldiers: Six suspects arrested

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Six people were arrested today in connection with Thursday's attack on two army soldiers at Uttrampulam in Kilinochchi.

Two soldiers attached to the Murugandi Army Camp in Kilinochchi were returning home when they were ambushed and later attacked with a sharp instrument near the Uttrampulam market on Thursday by a group of youngsters.

The two soldiers were admitted to the Kilinochchi hospital with stab injuries. (By Romesh Madushanka)


Video by Gobi Ranjan

  Comments - 3

  • Hearth Friday, 25 August 2017 06:38 PM

    Tamil terrorist groups would not have existed if not for India,it is they who financed and trained them.With seemingly isolated attacks taking place in the north against the army and the police our weak government should reconsider the decision that allowed an Indian consulate in Jaffna.

    Lankaboy Friday, 25 August 2017 10:20 PM

    Honestly tell me, Would it be appear even in any news side if a army person in civil was attacked in the south?.. it is all in the mind of the people. There are thieves , criminals and gangsters are every where in all community and all part of the country. If indeed you want to link this to LTTE, do you think is it difficult to find fire arms? The FACT is no one is dare to take up the arms, even if some one takes, I am sure Jaffna people would inform to police..30 years was a bitter and hard experience for every is only CRIMINALS are behind all these

    ceylon Sunday, 27 August 2017 01:00 PM

    in shortterrorism in lanka created by governments in lanka by discriminating group of citizens illeagal ways. via DM Android App

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