3 Keralites arrive from Libya
Kochi: Relieved to be back from trouble torn
Libya, 3 keralites, the first batch to have reached here from
Delhi this evening, said they had seen people being killed
brutally and their bodies being dumped in waste bins.
Jijimon Joseph, hailing from Kottayam, said he was shocked
at the violence being petperated around. People were being
hacked to death, body parts being thrown into waste bins and
looting was on everywhere.
Joseph said he had 2500 libayan dinars and one of the
attackers at first took everything, but later returned 2000
Two others Mohammed Sali, working in an oil company and
Easy Joseph both from kochi said they have not yet decided
whether to return after situation becomes normal in libya.
Their first priority was to return to kerala safe.
The three had arrived at delhi yesterday.
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