Updated: Apr 03, 2021 20:55 IST
Colombo [Sri Lanka], April 3 (ANI): The Cabinet panel that studied the recommendations of the Presidential Commission into the Easter assaults would submit its report to President Gotabaya Rajapaksa on Monday.
While talking to the media, Sri Lankan Tourism Minister Prasanna Ranatunga mentioned that the report can be launched to the general public after it’s handed over to the President, Colombo Page reported.
President Gotabhaya Rajapaksa not too long ago appointed the Cabinet Sub-Committee to research in-depth the findings and recommendations contained within the report on the Easter Sunday attack and to advise on the following course of motion.
The committee, chaired by Minister Chamal Rajapaksa, contains Minister Udaya Gammanpila, Prasanna Ranatunga, Johnston Fernando, and Rohitha Abeygunawardena.
The report of the brand new committee was due to be submitted on March 15 and the committee took one other two weeks to examine additional. That interval ended on March 30 and the committee report can be introduced to the President by the committee members earlier than the Cabinet assembly subsequent Monday, the Colombo Page reported.
On April 21, 2019, three church buildings in Sri Lanka and three luxurious lodges within the capital Colombo have been focused in a sequence of coordinated terrorist suicide bombings. Over 250 individuals have been killed and scores suffered accidents.
An area terror group known as National Thowheeth Jama’ath had claimed duty for the devastating assaults. The island nation was put below a state of emergency for a interval of 4 months from April to August.
According to the federal government, a complete of 676 individuals have been arrested in reference to the Easter assaults, of whom 202 stay in remand custody, 66 have been detained for questioning, and 408 launched on bail, but investigations on them are persevering with. (ANI)