Death Amount Rises To 321 In Sri Lanka Blasts From Which 10 Are Indians, 40 Suspects Detained

Mumbai: Police on Tuesday said that around 321 people have died in Sri Lanka bombardment that took place on Sunday in church during Easter celebration.

Sri Lankan police media spokesperson SP Ruwan Gunasekara told CNN that around 40 people have been detained in the blast with link of attacks. The accused have been sent into custody. All suspects are from Sri Lankan nationals.

Also Read: Islamic Group Claims Responsibility Of Sri Lanka Terror Blasts

According to the Defence Ministry, Sri Lanka President Maithiripala Sirisena will have a meet with foreign delegates and high commissioners so to bring them on bombings and seek assistance internationally for investigations.

The ministry said, “International organizations have been there behind the terror attacks and hence International assistance will be seeking”.

Also Read: Bombardment In Sri Lanka Was Revenge For Mosque Attack In New Zealand “: Sri Lanka Minister

Sri Lanka observe National Mourning Day all over the country.

Prime Minister of Sri Lanka Ranil Wickremesinghe said, “Today as a nation we mourn the senseless loss of innocent lives past Easter Sunday. I would like to thank the military and police forces, the medical personnel and all those who have worked bravely and tirelessly without the concern of their own safety, to ensure the safety and security of our citizens. It is imperative that we remain unified as Sri Lankans in the face of this unspeakable tragedy.”

TIll Wednesday, all schools across the country have been closed down. The state is on high alert. Meanwhile, searches are been continue by the authorities.

With the blasts, 31 people are been identified as foreigners from which 10 are Indians.

Show More


Total number of coronavirus cases in India crosses 700

No.of Cases in India Infected: 724 Death: 17 Recovered: 66


Adblock Detected

Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker