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Sri Lanka attacks: Face coverings banned after several blasts

The Sri Lankan government has banned face-covering clothes including the burqa. The ban order is going to start on Monday. The government of Sirisena said in a statement- this decision is being taken keeping in view the security of the country and for the purpose of identifying Terrorist. On April 21, more than 253 people died in a blast on Easter Sunday. That day, 3 churches and 3 hotels were blasted. Still, the blasts continued in Sri Lanka. IS accepted responsibility for suicide blast. After this Sri Lanka army carried out operations across the country. the news cover. English News, Indian News, Health News, news cover. Sri Lanka. Burqa,

Monday, April 29, 2019

/ by Avishek Bera
On April 21, more than 253 people died in a blast on Easter Sunday. That day, 3 churches and 3 hotels were blasted. Still, the blasts continued in Sri Lanka. IS  accepted responsibility for suicide blast. 
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News Cover: The Sri Lankan government has banned face-covering clothes including the burqa. The ban order is going to start on Monday. The government of Sirisena said in a statement- this decision is being taken keeping in view the security of the country and for the purpose of identifying Terrorist. 

On April 21, more than 253 people died in a blast on Easter Sunday. That day, 3 churches and 3 hotels were blasted. Still, the blasts continued in Sri Lanka. IS  accepted responsibility for suicide blast. After this Sri Lanka army carried out operations across the country. 15 people died in clashes of army and terrorist in Shahidadamadu. 6 suicide bombers also died. According to the report, three woman and six children died. According to sources, brother and father of the mastermind died in the army operation. 3 million rupees (Sri Lanka rupees) worth of jewels and some money has been rescued from terrorist camp. Six revolvers, one T-56, and several cartridges were recovered from Bhanataviluya. 


Earlier, the Islamic Organization of Salon Jamiatul Ulema warned about the ban on clothing. For the protection of the country's security, this organization reported to ban woman's burqa.


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