Aftermath of multiple blasts in Sri Lanka

Added On April 24, 2019

Sri Lanka has imposed a state of emergency following the deadly blasts on Easter Sunday which killed at least 310.
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A statement released by the President's Media Division said the decision was taken to ensure the safety of citizens.
Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena also declared April 23rd a National Day of Mourning.
The police said on Tuesday that the death toll rose to 310 while over 500 were injured.
The police said so far 26 suspects had been arrested.
Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe said all arrested were local citizens.
Another minor explosion was reported on Monday in an abandoned vehicle.
The vehicle was parked 50 meters away from the St. Anthony's Church in Kochchikade, where one of the multiple deadly attacks took place on Sunday.
Local media quoted the police as saying that the Bomb Disposal Unit defused the bomb in a controlled explosion. No injuries were reported.
Meanwhile, police said it discovered 87 low explosive detonators abandoned at Colombo's main public bus station in the business hub of Pettah.
Sri Lankan tri-forces, together with the police, have launched massive search operations since nine explosions rocked the country on Sunday, targeting churches and high-end hotels.
The attacks marked the most deadly violence in Sri Lanka since a bloody civil war ended 10 years ago.
The UN Security Council on Monday condemned the series of terrorist attacks "in the strongest terms", saying the attacks across Sri Lanka were "heinous and cowardly."
The members of the Security Council expressed their "deepest sympathy and condolences" to the families of the victims and to the government of Sri Lanka.
They also urged all states, in accordance with their obligations under international law and relevant Security Council resolutions, to cooperate actively with the government of Sri Lanka and all other relevant authorities in this regard.