Sri Lanka high-ranking officials deliberately concealed secret information about possible terrorist attacks, the President of Parliament criticized.
High-level Sri Lankan officials deliberately hid secret intelligence about possible terrorist attacks in Sri Lanka, where a series of suicide bombings ended with at least 359 dead on Sunday, Sunday, the head of parliament said on Wednesday in Colombo, Lakshman Kiriella, quoted by Reuters.
“Some high-ranking service officials secretly concealed secret information. There was information, but senior security officials did not take proper action, “Kiriella told the parliament, who also holds the post of Minister of Public Works.
According to the minister’s statements, information on possible suicide attacks against churches, hotels and politicians was received on April 4 and a meeting of the Securitate Council chaired by country president Maithripala Sirisena took place on April 7, but the information was not transmitted broadly.