sri lanka bomb blast today : - 10 days ago Sri Lanka police chief had alerted the Indian Embassy along with the church, on target

sri lanka bomb blast today
sri lanka bomb blast today

Sunday morning was very painful in Sri Lanka. At least 158 ​​people died and more than 400 were injured in 7 different blasts here. These attacks have occurred in Sri Lanka's 3 separate churches and 4 hotels. Meanwhile, there is a shocking information about the attack. On April 11, 10 days before the bombing, Sri Lankan police chief Pujush Jayasundar issued an alert about the attack on the main churches of the country. The alert said that suicide bombers had conspired to attack the main churches. The police chief sent these alerts to the top officials.

The alert said that a foreign intelligence agency has reported that NTJ (National Tawheed Jamaat) could do suicidal attacks. The organization can target the Indian High Commission in Colombo along with the leading churches.

It is worth mentioning that the NTJ whose name is taken by the police chief in his alerts is one of those fundamentalist Muslim organizations. Last year too, this organization came to the headlines when some Buddhist places of worship were attacked.

If there is such an attack after the police chief's alert, then it is a matter of concern for the Sri Lankan administration. If there was action in the time of the police chief's alert, today 156 people would not die and Sri Lanka was celebrating Easter with pomp.

Attack on three churches and three hotels

According to the police, a church in St. Anthony Church in Colombo, St. Sebastian Church in Nogombo and a church in Batticaloa was targeted. Apart from this, there has been an explosion in another hotel, including Shangri-La, Cinnamon Grand, Kingsbury. 40 in Colombo, 62 in Nogombo and 27 in Batticaloa died. Serial blast ripped through Sri Lanka High alerts were declared all over the country. Security increased at the airport. Sri Lanka has seen such attacks for the first time since the LTTE crisis. Sri Lankan President appealed to people to keep peace with people while expressing grief over the blasts.

PM Modi condemns

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has condemned the attack on the church and the hotel in Sri Lanka. PM Modi tweeted that he strongly condemned the horrific explosions in Sri Lanka. There is no room for such vandalism in our area. India stands with solidarity with the people of Sri Lanka.