01 March 2016
Families of Tamil political prisoners protested in Jaffna on Wednesday, urging the government to release them immediately.
The protest was organised by Komakan, who was released from prison two days prior by court order, after being.
Following the protest, Komathan visited the home of the Jaffna student who committed suicide in protest at the ongoing detention of political prisoners, Senthuran.
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