Wednesday, April 24, 2019

UK-educated Sri Lanka suicide bomber BOTCHED his attack when his vest failed to explode at busy five-star hotel - forcing him to target tiny guesthouse instead killing just one other person

SRI LANKAN WORSHIPPER WHO BLOCKED A BOMBER

"OLD IS GOLD"


President Requested Defense Secretary And IGP To Resign From Their Posts

President Maithripala Sirisena has
today (24)requested Defense Secretary Hemasiri Fernando and Inspector General Of Police(IGP)Pujith Jayasundara to resign from their posts due to their failure to avoid  Easter Sunday bombings it has been reported.

This move has been taken by the President Sirisena after United National Party(UNP)MP Wijedasa Rajapakshe has made a written request from president today to remove Defense Secretary Hemasiri Fernando and IGP Jayasundara  .

The comments made by Defense Secretary Fernando regarding the Easter Sunday bombings during last few days had been  subjected to criticisms in  the society . 

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Government Schools To Be Reopened On 29th -All State Universities Closed Until Further Notice

Government has postponed the
reopening of all Government schools which was earlier scheduled on today (24)until 29 th of April according to Ministry of Education.

This decision has been taken after considering the current situation of the country it has been revealed.

Meanwhile University Grants Commission (UGC) has decided to closed all State Universities until further notice and postponed all university eexaminations.

Colombo Archbishop Requested Not To Hold Mass Services And Processions In Catholic Churches Until Further Notice

Chief Bishop of Colombo Cardinal
Malcolm Ranjith has today (24)informed the relevant authorities  not to hold mass services and processions at Catholic Churches until further notice.

The appeal came after the Easter sunday bombings which also targeted catholic churches of the country.

Meanwhile Ambassadors of  Muslim countries had met with the Archbishop Ranjith at Archbishop's House in Colombo today (24)to discuss the aftermath of the Sunday bombings .

Archbishop has stressed that the public should have avoid harming or attempt to disrupt activities of the Muslim  Community in Sri Lanka.

Locals Who Had Gone To Join ISIS In 2016 Were Among Sunday Bombing Suspects-P.M Wikramasimghe

Locals who had gone to Syria in 2016 to
join ISIS terrorist organization and return to Sri Lanka after militant training  were among the suspects who are responsible for Easter sunday bombings Prime Minister Ranil Wikramasimghe has told the Foreign Journalists today(24).

Addressing at a press briefing held for foreign journalists in Colombo today Premier Wikramasinghe has stressed that Some of the militants arrived in for the explosions still on run with explosives.

Island wide search operations are currently underway to find out these suspects who are hiding in houses he said .There was an international link related to the sunday bombings premier has further said.

Meanwhile Premier has earlier revealed that there was an attempt to carry out  ninth suicide attack at another star hotel in Colombo on sunday ,However it failed .He has denied to reveal the name of the hotel as it might affects  the activities of the hotel.

CCTV FOOTAGE OF CINNAMON GRAND HOTEL EXPLOSION

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/video/news
/video-1911214/Video-Smiling-suicide-bomber-enters-hotel-detonating-device.html

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Two Suspicious Motorcycles And A Parcels Left Unattended Had Been Exploded With Control In Three Areas

As Security forces have  put on alert island wide following the Easter Sunday bombings ,Two Motorcycles and a suspicious parcel that left unattended had been exploded with control by the security personal during the search operations  carried out .

Accordingly Special  Police Task Force Personal (STF) personal have recovered a Motorcycle left unattended by the owner at Wwellawatte Bridge near the Savoy Cinema this morning (240 and exploded it with control.Soon after finding  the Motorcycle , STF Personal have inspected it and tried to  open it but it failed according to reports.

In another instance Special Police Task Force Personal had recovered a suspicious parcel at a restaurant  in Thimbirigasskatuwa ,Katana area this morning and safely exploded it.After exploding it STF Personal had found several pieces of nails and wires inside the parcel it has been revealed.

STF is investigating on to find out whether there were any explosives in the parcel.

STf  Personal have exploded a suspicious Motorcycle that left unattended at Gas work street in Pettah,Colombo this morning under control.However no explosives had been found inside the Motorcycle .

172 Easter Sunday Bomb Blast Victims Still Receiving Treatment At Four Government Hospitals

As the death toll of Easter Sunday bombings had risen to 359 ,Around 172 persons who had been injured due to bombings still receiving treatment at four government hospitals according to Director General Of Health Services Dr.Anil Jasinghe .

Out of this number 105 are being treated at Colombo National Hospital ,38 at Batticaloa Base Hospital,24 at Negambo base and 07 at Ragama Teaching hospitals he has stressed.

By last evening there were 37 critically injured persons  receiving treatment at ICU"s of these four hospitals and at Kalubowila Teaching Hospital .

EXCLUSIVE : FIRST PICTURES OF SUICIDE BOMB BROTHERS WHO KILLED INNOCENT PEOPLE ON EASTER SUNDAY


https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/articl
e-6955605/First-pictures-Sri-Lankas-middle-class-suicide-bomber-brothers-murdered-innocents.html

Police Curfew To Be Imposed From 10.P.M Tonight (24)

Police curfew will be imposed  from 10.p.m today (24) according to Department Of Police.It will  be lifted at 4 A.M tomorrow morning (25).
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AN EYE OPENING SPEECH MADE BY FIELD MARSHAL SARATH FONSEKA AT PARLIAMENT TODAY (24)


Common drug could prevent thousands of head injury deaths

https://www.theguardian.com/science/2019/oct/14/common-drug-could-prevent-thousands-of-head-injury-deaths