Emergency In Sri Lanka From Tonight, Thowheed Jamath Behind Attacks

The government of Sri Lanka has declared an emergency in the country from 12 o'clock in the wake of the serial blasts in the country on Easter Sunday. Earlier, the government has also announced the curfew. It will be held from today at 8 pm till next day at 4 pm in the evening. In the country's blasts, 290 people have been killed and more than 500 were injured.



President Maithripala Sirisena has appointed a three-member committee to investigate the blasts in three luxury hotels and three churches with explosions in two other places. According to the newspaper of Sri Lanka, the committee includes Supreme Court Judge Vijith Malalgoda.

The President has directed the committee to examine all the cases related to the blasts, examine its background and other facts and present the report within two weeks.

All The Suicide Bombers Are Sri Lankan


It was the national organization of the Thowheed Jamath group, behind the biggest terrorist incident in Sri Lanka's history. This information was given by a Sri Lankan top minister on Monday.

On April 4, international intelligence agencies warned about these attacks said by Rajitha Senaratne. The IGP was informed on April 9. "He said that the local organization called the National Thowheed Jamath is being considered behind the execution of these deadly blasts. He said that its incident connection may also be connected at an international level.

Rajitha Senaratne has sought the resignation of police chief Punjit Jayendra for the major lapse in security. A government minister and Chief Muslim party, leader of the Sri Lankan Muslim Congress, रॉफ हकीम, said it is disappointing that no protective steps were taken despite such information.

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