By Yoshitha Perera
An irresponsible decision taken by former President Maithripala Sirisena after the coordinated terror attack had allowed the Islamic extremist organizations to operate even better than the period before Easter Sunday attacks, a Moulavi who wish to stay anonymous yesterday informed PCoI probing Easter Sunday attacks.
A Moulavi who requested not to reveal his name, informed the Commission that after the Easter Sunday attacks former President had taken steps to ban only two Islamic extremists organization operated within the country.
“There were seven more Islamic extremist organizations within the country which is operating in a different manner currently,” he said. The following statement made by the Moulavi while responding to question posed by a Commissioner.
Moulavi said that the seven Islamic extremist organizations were currently managing freely with fake names and those groups were spreading extremism by using different modes and strategies.