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Sri Lanka impacts: Initial test indicates assaults were 'striking back' for New Zealand mosque shootings, says Defense Minister Ruwan Wijewardene

 Sri Lanka blasts: Initial probe shows attacks were retaliation for New Zealand mosque shootings, says Defence Minister Ruwan Wijewardene

Colombo: An underlying test into fatal suicide bomb assaults in Sri Lanka that killed in excess of 300 individuals indicates it was "striking back for Christchurch," the nation's delegate barrier serve said on Tuesday.
"The starter examinations have uncovered that what occurred in Sri Lanka (on Sunday) was in striking back for the assault against Muslims in Christchurch," state priest of guard Ruwan Wijewardene told the parliament.
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Fifty individuals were murdered in shooting assaults on two mosques in the New Zealand city of Christchurch on 15 March.

Sri Lanka's Minister of State for Internal and Home Affairs JC Alawathuwala was cited by News18 as saying that the assaults could be retribution for the mosque shootings in New Zealand.

"We have kept couple of young people regarding the impacts. They are for the most part from Panapura (Province of Sabaragamuwa in Sri Lanka) and Dematagoda (suburb in Colombo). Essential leads disclose to us that it could be a demonstration of retribution for Christchurch mosque assault, where the shooter live-gushed the shootings," he said.

New Delhi: Three Indians were among more than 200 individuals killed in different bomb impacts in Sri Lanka on Sunday, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj stated, as India offered all conceivable help to the island country to manage the circumstance.

Swaraj, in a progression of tweets, said the Indian High Commission in Colombo has passed on that a medical clinic educated it about passings regarding the three Indians in the impacts. "Indian High Commission in Colombo has passed on that National Hospital has educated them about the demise regarding three Indian nationals," she said.
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Their names are Lakshmi, Narayan Chandrashekhar and Ramesh, she said including further subtleties are being found out. More than 200 individuals were executed and somewhere around 450 harmed in impacts which tore through temples and lavish inns, breaking a time of harmony in the island country since the finish of the common war with the LTTE.

Executive Narendra Modi addressed Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena and Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesingh and called the suicide bombings in the nation "inhumane and pre-arranged boorish acts".

He likewise offered all conceivable help to the nation. Swaraj said she addressed Sri Lankan Foreign Minister Tilak Marapana who affirmed that 207 individuals were slaughtered and more than 450 were harmed in the impacts.

"I have quite recently addressed the Foreign Minister of Sri Lanka HE Mr Tilak Marapana. He affirmed that lamentably, 207 people have lost their lives and more than 450 are harmed in the fear impacts," she tweeted. "I passed on to the Foreign Minister of Sri Lanka that India is prepared to give all compassionate help. In the event that required, we are prepared to despatch our restorative groups too," she included.
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Swaraj stated, "In each of the eight bomb impacts have occurred - one more in a visitor house in Dehiwela close Colombo and another in a lodging settlement in Dematagoda in Colombo."

In an announcement, the Ministry of External Affairs said there can be no avocation for any demonstration of dread and called for deliberate worldwide activity to viably manage the danger, including cross-outskirt fear mongering. The Indian High Commission in Colombo said that it was intently checking the circumstance in Sri Lanka.

"We are intently observing the circumstance. Indian residents needing help or help and for looking for illumination may call the accompanying numbers : +94777903082 +94112422788 +94112422789," the High Commission tweeted.

"Notwithstanding the numbers given, Indian natives needing help or help and for looking for illumination may likewise call the accompanying numbers +94777902082 +94772234176," it said.

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