Sri Lanka president says tip-off on attacks failed to reach him, vows intel shake-up In a televised address, Sirisen

Sri Lankan President Maitripala Sirisena has sworn that they will change the country’s defense chiefs, because officials failed to take action on the warning before a series of blasts, killing more than 300 people.

Sirisena said officials who received warnings from international intelligence agencies did not share those warnings. He said that if he knew, he would “take appropriate action.”

Sri Lankan health minister Rajitha Senaratne had also said that he had received many warnings at the beginning of this month of potential danger but failed to take action prior to the bomb blasts.

“I will completely reorganize the police and security forces in the coming weeks. According to the local media, Sirisena said on Tuesday, I expect to change the heads of defense establishments within the next 24 hours.

He said, “Security officials who received intelligence reports from a foreign nation did not share it with me.”

“Appropriate action will be taken. I have decided to take strong action against these officials.”

A series of powerful blasts broke through three churches, and on Sunday Sunday, Sri Lanka repeatedly killed many luxury hotels, 321 people killed and more than 500 others in Sri Lanka, after the end of the brutal civil war country A decade of peace was shattered in With LTTE

Bombing in three five star hotels in Colombo: Cinnamon Grand, Shangri La and Kingsbury. At least 38 foreigners, including 10 Indian nationals, were killed in the attacks.

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