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CIPM Sri Lanka saddened by recent events, urges restraint


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CIPM Sri Lanka President Dhammika Fernando and the Governing Council of CIPM Sri Lanka in a statement said that they were shocked and deeply saddened by the events that took place in the country on Easter Sunday targeting innocent civilians.  CIPM Sri Lanka wishes to extend its heartfelt condolences to the families of the deceased and a quick recovery for those injured during the attacks.

“We have lived together in harmony for centuries as one nation, and this dastardly act by a few extremist elements should not be a reason to affect this longstanding mutual trust and co-existence between our communities. We urge everyone concerned to act with restraint and responsibility in the days and months to come,” said CIPM Sri Lanka President Dhammika Fernando.  

“CIPM Sri Lanka is confident that the authorities will do justice to the nation by apprehending the perpetrators of this heinous crime and ensuring that similar incidents do not happen in the future. CIPM Sri Lanka as a responsible national body is ready to help the national effort to bring back normalcy to the country if we are called upon any time.”


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