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Mullivaikal remembrance marked in Jaffna in run-up to May 18

Continuing the remembrance of the victims of mass atrocities at the hands of the Sri Lankan state during the armed conflict, TNA Northern Province councillors on Friday held an event in Jaffna.

Amidst heavy rainfall, councillors MK Shivajilingam, Ananthy Sasitharan, Sukirthan, Ayngaranesan and Kajatheeban, alongside members of the public, lit a commemorative flame.

Earlier this week, events were held in Mullivaikal and Point Pedro.

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