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* Sri Lankan public asked to be vigilant on suspicious terrorist activities
Thu, Apr 17, 2014, 07:21 pm SL Time, ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka.

Apr 17, Colombo: Sri Lankan public have been asked to be vigilant on suspicious terrorist activities in the island, according to the national radio.

At a press briefing held in Colombo Police media spokesman SSP Ajith Rohana has asked the people to be vigilant on possible terrorist activities in their areas and inform the police of such activities.

He said 106 people suspected of abetting terrorist activities have been apprehended so far by the security forces.

He added that the security forces are responsible to prevent resurgence of terrorism and repeal the attempts made by some elements to create ethnic and religious disharmony in the country.

The spokesman further revealed that the state intelligent services have been strengthened and investigations are continuing to identify such elements.

He asked the public to be vigilant and advised not to extend any support to suspected terrorists or organizations supporting the revival of terrorism in the country.

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