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I live in deep sadness

He started saying he had to work until late. After the war, when we were resettling, he moved in with the other woman. I filed a case against him. Let him leave, but he must support me and my children.

After three years, we are still not divorced, but he is married to someone else. Now there is a warrant out for his arrest, and I am scared he will kill me. He has already hit me for filing the cases.

Before the war, there was no problem. But now there are thousands of cases like mine. The LTTE did not allow these problems.

I don't go to any weddings or functions - only to the kovil. I live in deep sadness.

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