Sri Lankan citizen held under NSA
By Express News Service - RAMANATHAPURAM
24th September 2012 10:47 AM
Police arrested a Sri Lankan citizen, Suresh, under the National Security Act (NSA), for landing in the mainland without possessing proper documents here recently.
The public noticed a mysterious fibre boat on Kuravanthoppu area with the engine removed. The local people had also noticed some persons alighting from the boat on July 23. They informed the police, who launched a search operation to nab the strangers. However they were unable to trace the persons. Meanwhile, the Coastal Security Group (CSG) police detained Suresh of Thalaimannar when he had come to meet his relative at Mandapam refugee camp on August 1.
Based on his confession, police recovered diesel cans and a boat engine from a thorny bush.
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