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NPP to join ‘Black Sunday’ protest

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By Ajith Siriwardana  

The National Peoples’ Power (NPP) led by Janatha Vimukthi Peramuna has decided to extend their fullest support to the ‘Black Sunday’ protests to be held on March 7 by the Archdiocese of Colombo calling for justice to the victims of the Easter Sunday attacks. 


The NPP said in a statement that they were urging the Government and law enforcement authorities to reveal the mastermind behind the attack, take immediate action against the wrongdoers and to mete out justice to the victims of the attacks.  


It said that public opinion is that the final report of the Presidential Commission appointed to probe Easter Sunday Attacks had only created another puzzle rather than resolving the issue.  
“It is obvious that justice will not be meted out to the people affected by the brutal attacks even at this stage,” the statement said.

 

The Presidential Commission  appointed to probe Easter Sunday Attacks had only created another puzzle  rather than resolving the issue

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