Rajani Thiranagama was gunned down by the Tamil Tigers in 1989. She was a doctor, poet and scientist. Her crime had been to speak out against human rights abuses being perpetrated on her people. For 15 years, her family have kept silent about her murder, but they have finally decided to speak out.
Her daughter Narmada was 11 years old and here, along with her aunt and her father, she talks about her mother and how her murder has affected her life.
Producer: Dheera Sujan
Broadcast: April 13, 2006