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Remain calm - Archbishop Malcolm Cardinal Ranjith

Archbishop of Colombo His Eminence Malcolm Cardinal Ranjith addressing the media at the Archbishop’s House, Borella, yesterday expressed his grief over the explosions that occured at three churches on Easter Sunday mass.

In His Message to the nation, Malcolm Cardinal Ranjith invited the masses to remain calm and asked them not to take the law into their hands.

While expressing his deepest sympathies to the grieving families who have lost their loved once in the blasts, and wishing a speedy recovery to the injured people, Malcolm Cardinal Ranjith inviting the hospital staff to attend to those injured and requested the public to be generous in donating their blood at this in hour of this hour.

“The government should hold an impartial for inquiry and find out who is responsible for these attacks.

His Eminence Malcolm Cardinal Ranjith while requesting those to maintain law and order in the country in order to bring the culprits to book and punish them, condemned these dastardly acts, and observed that only animals would behave in the way those responsible had behaved.

“I wish to condemn this act in the strongest possible terms. I ask all Sri Lankans not to take the law in to their hands and help maintain peace and harmony in this country. I appeal to the doctors to please help, those in dire needs at this hour sacrificing your Sunday leave to save even just one life”. 

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