20 December 2012
Updated 14:45 GMT
Sri Lanka's Terrorist Investigation Department (TID) have summoned the President of the Jaffna University Teachers Association for questioning, according to sources from Jaffna.
Mr A Rasakumaran has been ordered by the TID, to report to their Vavuniya office for questioning. According to reports the TID have asked him to record a statement on events that took place on 27th and 28th November. He is to be accompanied by two other senior members of staff.
His summoning comes in the wake of a series of arrests, that have seen at least 4 students continue to be detained by Sri Lanka authorities under the pretext of "terrorism".
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