Monday, July 19, 2010

தமிழ் சமுதாயத்தினது பரவலான வியாதி -- எதற்கெடுத்தாலும் ''தமிழ், தமிழன், தமிழ் துரோகி'' --

தமிழ் சமுதாயத்தினது பரவலான வியாதி -- எதற்கெடுத்தாலும் ''தமிழ், தமிழன், தமிழ் துரோகி'' --

தமிழ் சமுதாயத்தின் கிறிமினல் குற்றவாளிகள் ''தமிழர் விடுதலை'' என்கின்ற போர்வையில் இயங்கும் துவக்கு தூக்கிய சமுதாய துரோகிகளே !

இது சகல தமிழ் இயக்கங்களுக்கும் பொருந்தும் !!

இதையும் தமிழன் தானே இன்னோர் தமிழனுக்கு . . .

TAMBARAM: Chennai Suburban Police on Tuesday arrested four men in connection with the kidnapping of a U.K. citizen of Sri Lankan Tamil origin in Pallavaram last month.

A portion of the ransom money that was paid to the kidnappers was recovered and a search is on for two others, including a Sri Lankan national.

Chennai Suburban Police Commissioner S.R. Jangid said:

P. Shanmugavel, the U.K. citizen, had come to Chennai in April and on June 22, was travelling in a car driven by Ramu, to Triplicane.

At Veteran Lines in Pallavaram, their vehicle was intercepted by a couple of autorickshaws from which a group of men emerged, overpowered Shanmugavel and Ramu and bundled them into another car, waiting some distance away.

They were blindfolded and taken to a house in a desolate location far away from Chennai.

The kidnappers called his wife, Radhika and demanded a ransom of Rs. 25 lakh.

Later in the evening, she handed over a suitcase containing Rs.17.5 lakh and a little later, Shanmugavel was let off in Anna Nagar, along with Ramu.

Following a complaint, the Pallavaram police and a special crime team started investigations and at Pallavaram-Thoraipakkam Radial Road on Tuesday evening, intercepted the vehicle that was used to kidnap the two men.

Police arrested Janarthanam, Srinivasan, Suresh and Bhaskar, Mr. Jangid said, adding that a search was on for Balamurugan Paramasivam, a Sri Lankan citizen.

Balamurugan was well known to Shanmugavel as they were business partners earlier, but had split owing to differences over a money transaction.

The Pallavaram police said Balamurugan had in the past threatened to get even with Shanmugavel.

However, the whereabouts of Balamurugan was not known, police said, suspecting that he would have left the country.

The full report is here :

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