A skeleton with legs and hand bound was identified in excavations carried out yesterday at the Sathosa premises in Mannar.
Skeletal remains raising suspicion and questions have been continued to be identified in the mass grave found in Sathosa premises.
In this context a suspicious skeleton with its legs and hands bound together, which has raised the question whether this particular skeleton is of a Man/woman who had been buried with his/her hads and legs bound together.
Although it could not be determined whether these people had been buried as per a religious rite or with its hand and legs bound together. However, through the positions at which these skeletons found, it could not be accepted that these were buried in a routine manner. It is reported that all details could be available after the final examination.
Meanwhile, in a meeting held day before yesterday at Mannar Court premises, the decision for sending remains for carbon dating to University of California has been postponed to next week, on request from the relatives of people made to disappear.