Sunday, May 5, 2019

Maulanas were removed from country in Srilanka

Two weeks after the worst terror attack in the country, the school will open again in Sri Lanka between heavy security arrangements on Monday. After the attack, the authorities closed the educational institutions. On April 21, 253 people were killed and more than 500 were injured in the attack in three churches and three luxury hotels by nine suicide bombers including a woman.
Sri Lankan East has expelled more than 600 foreign nationals, including 200 maulanas, since the suicide bombing. A minister gave this information on Sunday. Home Minister Wajira Abhayvardhane said that Maulana had come to the country legally, but after the attack, the security checks found that he was living in the country even after the visa was over.

On Monday, the second session of all government schools from 6th to 13th standard will commence. The second session from 1st to 5th will start on May 13. However, according to Nalka Kaluveva, Director General of Information, the classes of class VI and above will run only. 
The Sri Lankan government has said that the incident of destruction due to the serial bomb blasts in the country on Sunday was beyond imagination and despite providing intelligence first, providing security to a large number of churches in the country, Was impossible '. 

During this time national flags were tilted. This ritual mourning began at eight o'clock in the morning. It is worth noting that the first blast took place at 8:30 in the morning.These attacks were carried out by the local maulana who had made contact with jihadis after visiting the neighboring country before the attack. The responsibility of the attack was taken by a local jihadist group.
















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