Sri Lanka suicide bombers visited India in 2012, Indian investigative agencies confirm


Just days after Sri Lanka’s army chief Lieutenant General Mahesh Senanayake made a startling revelation that some of the suicide bombers involved in the Easter terror attack had travelled to Kashmir, Kerala and Bengaluru “for some sort of training”, Indian investigating agencies have confirmed that two of them did, in fact, visit India in 2012 on business visas. But they have refuted that the duo had received any kind of training.

Lieutenant General Senanayake had even made a reference to the civil war in his country with the banned Liberation Tigers of Tamil Ealam saying there had been too much peace in the last 10 years.

The investigations into the Easter terror attack now seems to have become a sticking point in the bilateral relations. Read More

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