The government says it has no necessity to protect anyone connected to Easter Sunday attacks

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Deputy Minister Nalin Bandara says government has no necessity to protect anyone connected to the 21st April attacks. Taking part in the debate in parliament today he said that Muslim ministers resigned from their portfolios to control the shock occurred in the Muslim community.

Parliamentarian Harshana Rajakaruna said that everyone should refrain from being divisive on community and religious lines and rise up as Sri Lankans.

Parliamentarian Ali Zahir Moulana said that Sri Lankan government has established the record by eliminating IS terrorism. He said that support of the Muslim community contributed to it. He pointed out that certain groups have turned this into an opportunity to instigate hatred.

The amendment draft bill of Sri Lanka Assessors Institution was passed in Parliament today. State Minister Eran Wickramaratne presented the bill in Parliament.

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