Written by Zulfick Farzan
21 Sep, 2023 | 7:34 pm
COLOMBO (News 1st); Opposition lawmaker Niroshan Perera told Parliament that Sri Lanka must seek the assistance of the Indian Prime Minister to reveal the identity Abu Hindh, the person who is alleged to be behind the Easter Sunday terror attacks.
He made this comment while moving the motion to debate the Easter Sunday terror attacks.
"The first warning of these attacks came from India. Therefore, it is important to seek the assistance of India to understand if this Abu Hindh is from India, or Sri Lanka. We need to know if this Abu Hindh is actually Abu Sallay or Abu Rajapaksa," he said.
The MP also said that the government carried out three separate DNA tests to announced the death of "Sarah Jasmine," who was linked to the attacks, and was believed to have fled overseas.
"In order to confirm her death, DNA tests had to be carried out three times. That is how the government conducted the investigation into the Easter Sunday terror attacks to achieve its desired results. The government is steering this investigation with officials who are loyal to them, until the desired results are achieved," he told the house.
"This was woman was taken away by a police officer, IP Abubakar. There is evidence placed before the courts that Sarah Jasmine spoke to her mother after the attacks," he added.
"IP Jayasinghe who conducted this inquiry, had passed away. They say he died of COVID-19, and he was cremated," said the MP in parliament.
He also went on to note that detectives who were involved in this investigation were either transferred or passed away under mysterious circumstances.
He alleged that most of the evidence, data, and witnesses linked to the Easter Sunday terror attacks have already been concealed by those in authority.
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