158 ​​killed, 400 injured in a Church Blast at Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka Bomb Blast: 207 people, including more than 400 Indians, have died in serial bomb blasts in Sri Lanka
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Blast In Sri Lanka Church

Sri Lanka Blast: 3 Indian nationals have also died in the Sri Lanka Bomb Blast in Sri Lanka.Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj tweeted this information. In Sri Lanka (Sri Lanka), the number of people killed in Sri Lanka Blasts has increased to 207 and more than 400 people have been injured in eight blasts in three places including three churches and three hotels. Actually this explosion took place when people gathered for church prayer in Easter. There was a crowd outside the church. There is also the news of the death of many foreign nationals in the blast. His name is Lakshmi, Narayan Chandrashekhar and Ramesh. We are exploring further details. '

Indian helpline number issued for Indian citizensIndian Embassy in Sri Lanka has released helpline numbers for Indian nationals Tweeted on behalf of Indian Embassy, ​​which states that 'Colombo and Batikloa have reports of explosions. We are keeping an eye on the situation. Indian citizens can contact at these numbers for help or for any information: +94777903082 +94112422788 +94112422789 Apart from Sri Lanka numbers, you can also contact these Indian numbers: +94777902082 +94772234176

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PM Modi condemned
Prime Minister Narendra Modi condemning the serial blasts in Sri Lanka on Sunday that there is no place for vandalism in the area. PM Modi said that India is with the people of this island nation. There is no place for such vandalism in our area. ' He said that India is in solidarity with the people of Sri Lanka. PM Modi said we have our condolences to the people of the deceased people and our prayers for the injured.

Already got the warningthat in the days before the explosions, the country's police chief had issued a warning and said that suicide bombers could target 'important churches'. Police chief P. Jayasundra had sent a spy alert to the top officials on April 11. It was said in the alert that a foreign intelligence agency has informed that NTJ (National Tohid Jamaat) is planning a fidayeen attack on important churches and the Indian High Commission in Colombo. NTJ is a fundamentalist Muslim organization of Sri Lanka. Last year, the name of this organization came out to harm Buddha statues.

After a series of 8 consecutive blasts, Sri Lanka has become full. In the blasts on Sunday morning, three churches and 3 five star hotels have been targeted. The seventh and the eighth explosion happened at noon.

After a series of 8 consecutive blasts in Colombo , Sri Lanka has been completely shaken. In the blasts on Sunday morning, three churches and 3 five star hotels have been targeted. The seventh and the eighth explosion happened at noon. News Agency AFP reported that at least 158 ​​people were killed in the blasts, while around 400 are injured. 35 people are foreigners who die. The first blast occurred in Colombo in St. Anthony Church and the second explosion in the Sebastian Church of Negombo town outside the capital. The third blast occurred in the church of the eastern city of Batikloa. Apart from this, the hotels targeted include The Shangriyala, The Cinamon Grand and The Kigsbury. At the same time, the seventh threat has occurred in front of the hotel of Dehiwala in Colombo. The eighth blast has happened in Colombo only.

Colombo National Hospital spokesman Dr. Samindi Samarakun says that about 280 people have been admitted to the hospital. News Agency AFP says that the highest number of deaths is in Colombo, where four five store hotels and one church have been targeted. After the bombing, the Sri Lankan Prime Minister convened an emergency meeting of the Security Committee.

This explosion occurred when people were gathered in church for Easter prayers. Police said that the first blast occurred at 8:45 am local time. No organization has taken responsibility for this attack so far. Sebastian Church of Ngemgbo wrote a Facebook poster, "There is a bomb explosion in our church. Please come and help us. '

President of Sri Lanka President President Mathiripala Sirisena said that he is in shock since the news of the attack. He has appealed to people to maintain peace. There, the finance minister Mangla Samarveera wrote on her Twitter, "Many innocent people have been killed in the attack. This attack was done with complete preparation, so that chaos could be done by killing. '

After the news of the blast in Colombo, Indian Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj tweeted that I am in constant contact with the Indian High Commissioner in Colombo. 


In Sri Lanka, there were at least two suicide bombs out of eight blasts that took place on Sunday in three churches and luxury hotels on Sunday, 207 people died and about 500 others were injured. Along with these blasts, after the end of the bloody conflict with the LTTE, the peace continued for nearly a decade.

Police spokesman Ruwan Gunasekhara said that one of the most dangerous attacks in the country, these explosions occurred at the St. Anthony Church of Colombo, Saint Sebastian Church of the Western coastal city of Negombo and a church in Batticalova during the Easter prayer meeting at 9 pm local time. Happened. The other three explosions took place in five star hotels - Shangriela, The Cinamon Grand and The Kingsbury. According to officials, a suicide bomber blew himself up in the restaurant of Cinamon Grand Hotel.

Sri Lankan Economic Reforms and Public Distribution Minister Harsha De Selva said that several people, including foreign nationals, have been killed in the blasts. Police sources said the figure of those killed after eight blasts was 207, while more than 450 people were injured in the blasts. He said that at least 11 foreigners including two Chinese nationals were also killed in these attacks. There are also American and British citizens in the dead. Colombo National Hospital spokesman Dr Samindi Samarkun said that more than 300 injured people have been admitted to the hospital.

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At the same time, Batiklova Hospital spokesman Dr Kalanidhi Ganeshalingam said that more than 100 injured people of St. Michael Church were admitted to the hospital. According to local media reports, people, who were injured in the blasts, are being reported as citizens of India, Pakistan, America, Morocco and Bangladesh.

Police spokesman Ruvin Gunasekera said that later, a powerful explosion occurred near the Colombo Zoo in the southern suburb of the capital, in which two people died. Police said that when a team of police went to investigate in a house in the Orugodawatta area, a suicide bomber present there took a beating himself. Three policemen were killed in this blast. There have been eight blasts on Sunday.

According to reports from local TV, a suspect has been arrested in connection with the blast near the zoo, and the police is interrogating him. Immediately after the eighth explosion, the government imposed curfew with immediate effect. Gunasekhara said that this curfew will be effective till the next notice. No group has taken responsibility for this attack. In Sri Lanka, the LTTE (LTTE) has carried out many attacks in the east. However, in 2009, the LTTE was eliminated.

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President Sirisena appealed to keep peace with the people
President Mittipala Sirisena has appealed to people to maintain peace. The security forces have been instructed to take all necessary action. "Security of religious places has been increased in the capital and the government has temporarily banned social media platforms.

PM Vikramsinghe told the attack, 'Kairana'
Prime Minister Ranil Vikramsinghe, calling it a "cowardly assault", said that his government is working to "control the situation".The government is taking immediate action to control the situation. "

Former President Mahinda Rajapaksa told the attack, "the brutal
Sri Lanka's former President Mahinda Rajapakse has described these attacks as" cruel ". During the reign of Rajapaksa Sri Lanka's army crushed the LTTE. Harsha De Selva said that the Sri Lankan government has called an emergency meeting. All necessary emergency steps have been taken.Emergency forces are stationed everywhere. "

Indian High Commissioner issued the helpline number in
Colombo, Indian High Commissioner tweeted, the explosions occurred in Colombo and Batticalova today. We are constantly monitoring the situation. Indian citizens can call these numbers for any kind of help, help and clarification- +94777903082, +94112422788, +94112422789 ... The High Commissioner wrote in another tweet: "In addition to the given numbers, You can also call +94777902082, +94772234176 for help and other clarifications.

Sri Lanka: After the explosion, the fear of Sebastian church, blood clots on the walls and pieces of dead bodies
St. Sebastian Church destroyed in bomb
blast Previous news of the blasts came from St. Anthony Church of Colombo and St. Sebastian Church in Negombo, outside the capital. In a post written in the English page of St. Sebastian Church on Facebook page, "A bomb blast in our church, if your relatives are there, please come and help." The photographs on social media busted St. Sebastian's church There is widespread loss.

All the policemen, doctors, nurses and health officials have been canceled
, according to the news of the official Daily News, the security arrangements have been tightened at the Bandarayakee International Airport in view of the explosions. Additional security force, including the riot police and special task force, has been deployed near the airport. Holidays of all the policemen have been canceled. Health sources said that the vacations of doctors, nurses and health officials have been canceled. Government schools have been announced on Monday and Tuesday. Government schools have been discharged on Monday and Tuesday. All prayer meetings on Easter in Colombo district have been canceled.