Saturday, May 11, 2019


Politicians Who Have Responsible For Easter Sunday Attacks Should Be Expelled -Cardinal Malcolm Ranjith

All politicians who have neglected their
duty of preventing  the Easter Sunday Bomb attacks should be expelled from their posts His eminence Archbishop of Colombo Cardinal Malcolm Ranjith has said yesterday (11).

Addressing a special Holy Mass held at Saint Lucia's Cathedrel in Kotahena yesterday  (11)behalf of those who were killed and InJured due to the Easter Sunday attack in Kochchikade Saint Anthony's Cathedrel Cardinal Ranjith has stressed politicians have also responsible for the attacks by not preventing it after receiving information of the attacks earlier.

He(Cardinal) has also stated that he too had received threats to his life .

Family members and Relatives of those who were killed and Injured Due To the Bomb attack in Kochchikade Cathedrel had participated the mass and financial aid has been distributed among the families who lost their members due to the incident .

Ban Imposed On Two Extremist Organization's Responsible For Easter Sunday Attacks Not Legal As No Gazette Notification Issued Regarding It-Legal Experts

Although President Maithripala
Sirisena has announced two weeks ago that extremist National Thowheeth Jamaath and Jamaathei Millathu Ibrahim Fee seilani
Organizations which responsible for Easter Sunday attacks have been banned in Sri Lanka, These Organization's were banned temporarily  under the  Emergancy regulations and it's not legal either  as no Gazette Notification to ban them completely has been issued so far according to Local legal experts .

President has announced that these extremist organisations will be  banned in Sri Lanka and all their properties and activities here will be suspended but that applies only till the Emergancy regulations  are
enforce in the country they have stressed.

Once the Emergancy regulations has been lifted the ban imposed on these organization's too will be lifted Legal experts have pointed out .

FieldMarshal. Sarath Fonseka Has Refused To Accept Defense Adviser Post And Another Ministerial Portfolio

Fieldmarshal Sarath Fonseka has
yesterday  (11)told the media that President had offered him a Defense Adviser post of the government and another Ministerial Portfolio (Not the Ministey Of Law and Order )But he has refused to accept them.

FieldMarshal Fonseka has further said he is still keep his stand he has  revealed during his speech in Parliament and will not accept any  Ministerial Portfolio other than Law and Order.

Under present circumstances he do not believe president will give him the requested Law and Order Ministry Fieldmarshal has stressed.

Meanwhile a group of governing United National Party MP's is currently signing a petition to be handed over To President Maithripala Sirisena requesting to appoint FieldMarshal Sarath Fonseka as the Minister of Law and Order .

UGC Given Powers To All Vice Chancellors To Decide The Opening Dates Of Closed Universities

University Grants Commission
(UGC)had given powers to Vice chancellors to decide the dates of re opening  State universities and Higher Educational Institutes after tomorrow (13)if they are satisfied with the present  security situation.

University Grants Commission has ear lier closed all universities until further notice following the Easter Sunday attacks on 21st of April.

All university premises have been inspected in recent weeks in search of any suspicious objects by the forces. Meanwhile University of Peradeniya is due to be re opened later this week it has been reported.

Meanwhile primary classes from Grade one to Grade six of all government schools are scheduled to be re opened tomorrow (13)Ministry of Education has  earlier  announced. Other classes up to Grade 12 had re opened last Monday  (06)however for the whole week majority of the students were absent according to reports.

All Daham.Pasala"s (Buddhist religious schols)which were closed due to the security situation have been re opened today .

Residents In Kelanimulla Protested Against A Store Attached To Suicide Bomber's Copper Factory

Residents  in Kelanimulla area have
 surrounded the store in the area  belonging to the Copper factory in Wellampitiya   owned by the Suicide Bomber who exploded himself on Easter Sunday at Shangri-La Hotel in Colombo Insaf Ahmed Ibrahim, and staged a protest last night (10).

The Residents have staged  the protest in front  of Kelanimulla store against transporting goods from Copper factory to the store . A Lorry had transported some goods from the factory to the store last night it has been revealed .

Protesters have also opposed the Wellampitiya Police officers arrived in to calm the situation .Later Police have checked the two lorry's parked near the store and along with the Army checked the store also..

Residents in Kelanimulla have requested authorities to check the store regularly .





A Palestine Student Arrived In Sri Lanka Expelled To India

A 30 year old Palestine student who
had arrived at Katunayake International Airport this morning  (11) had expelled to India by Immigration and Emigration officials.

The suspected student who came here through a temporary Passport had expelled as he has failed to give correct answers to the questions raised by Immigration and Emigration officials at the Katunayake Airport regarding the places he has planned to travel in Sri Lanka and hotels going to stay in it has been revealed. 

Police Have Given Three Day Period To Give Information And Handover Illegal Explosives In Possession

Police have given a Three day period
from 6 a.m today (11) until 6 a.m next Tuesday (14) for those who are keeping illegal explosives in their possession to  inform and handover them to the Police according Police Media Spokesman SP Ruwan Gunasekare.

Within that period those who are keeping illegal Explosives can also  provide  information to  the Police on why they are keeping such Explosives in possession he has stressed .

A Motorist Has Died And Another Injured Due To Navy Officers Shot At Their Vehicles Over Not Following Orders

 A 34 Year Old person has died and
another was injured and hospitalized after the Sri Lanka Navy officers shooting at their vehicles over driving without following orders of Navy officers at Wattala and Kiribathgoda Police Divisions last night (10).

Accordingly A driver of a small van has died when Navy officers shooting at his vehicle when driving it without following orders near the road block in Hunupitiya ,Wattala area .

Other Motorist has been injured and hospitalized after his Motorcar  was shot by Navy officers at Kiribathgoda over driving without following orders it has been revealed. The car was severely damaged due to the incident .


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