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Refugees in SL should be monitored - Ravana Balakaya

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By Dayaseeli Liyanage 

The Secretary of the Ravana Balakaya Ven. Itthepane Saddhathissa Thera has stressed the need for a process of collecting information about Muslims who have come to the country as refugees from Myanmar and Pakistan.   
At present such a process is not in operation to observe their activities while staying in the country.   As these refugees have undergone terrible hardships in these countries they are most vulnerable to be brainwashed by extremists, he warned.   
There is a possibility of some of them having experience in various terrorist activities.   Besides it should also be considered important to see how the country can help refugees while most of the people in our country are living in dire poverty.     

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