Death threats for Daily Mirror correspondent

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Pottuvil Correspondent of Daily Mirror newspaper, Mohamed Jaufer has alleged that there were death threats and other forms of intimidation to him and his family and has lodged at least two police complaints to that effect.According to a police complaint lodged in Pottuvil this month, Jaufer said while returning home in the night, youths on motorbikes had stopped him and have threatened to kill or abduct him.

The OIC, Pottuvil police assured him they would conduct investigations on this matter. In a separate incident on March 22, Jaufer said: while he was returning home with his family after visiting a funeral house, they had found the house ransacked. He had informed the Emergency Police, the OIC of the Pottuvil Police and the OIC, Special Task Force (STF) in Arugam Bay about the incident.

A?a??A?Early morning the OIC of Pottuvil Police visited the house with a team and assured that he will inquire about this matter and that investigations are already proceeding regarding this,A?a??A? he said.

Apart from reporting Jaufer was also engaged in business related to travel and tourism development in the Arugam Bay area of the Eastern Province.

Mr. Jaufer said he had lodged a complaint over the threats with the Human Rights Commission of Sri Lanka, the Sri Cheap uroxatral drug Lanka Muslim Media Forum, the Peace Secretariat for Muslims and the ICRC.


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