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Lankan President Sirisena appoints special committee to investigate serial blasts

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Lankan President Sirisena appoints special committee to investigate serial blasts

Lankan President Sirisena appoints special committee to investigate serial blasts

22 April 2019 Current Affairs: Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena announced the appointment of a special committee led by retired Supreme Court judge to investigate the attacks and submit its report within two weeks.
Thirteen local suspects have been arrested for their involvement in the serial blasts across the country yesterday which has claimed  207 lives. 
At least 450 people were injured and hospitalized following the attacks targeting three five-star hotels in capital Colombo and three churches across the country.
An Improvised Explosive Device was detected and diffused near the departure area of Bandaranaike International Airport last evening. Security has been tightened at all sensitive places. 
The government had intelligence inputs about such attacks and it will look into why adequate precautions were not taken.
The names of suspects that have come up are local, but investigators will look into whether they had any overseas links. 
Meanwhile, curfew imposed across the country since last afternoon has been lifted.
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