The soldiers have gone to his home twice. The first time they went through 9 years ago during the civil war. Senthuban's wife and children received details of the second visit.
Officials have gone to the house of Sandharan from the Point Pedro Navy camp. His human rights attorney said that he had already heard the questions asked earlier. Thus the wife of Shirdruvan is scared. They did not feel secure.
The vengeance of the security forces is deep. Particularly faced with the LTTE's organizations are facing severe tensions. The United Nations Special Rapporteur, Ben Emerson, who visited Sri Lanka last year, said that torture was common for people suspected of having links with the LTTE.
His refugee status was rejected by the Australian government. The case concerned the UN's attention. Following this, the United Nations has requested not to deport Shanthruupan, but he was deported on 22nd.