Who planned to attack the Sri Lankan flight ?

A few days ago, two Indian nationals were arrested at the Velana International Airport in the Maldives. After the two suspects were produced in court, they were remanded for 6 days. It was initially stated that they had explosives.

However, as soon as this incident was reported, a top official of the Indian intelligence came to the Maldives. It was reported that the said person held talks with the Maldivian government to release the two suspects.

After that secret discussion, a revised report was released regarding the two suspects. It was stated that the two suspects did not have explosives and that they were possessed with surveillance devices. It is contrary to the original report. It is worth noting, The incident of the two Indian nationals carrying explosives has been reported by much Maldivian media.

This incident is extremely important for Sri Lanka because the two suspected Indian nationals were supposed to travel on the UL 104 flight belonging to Sri Lankan Airlines. If there is an explosion in a Sri Lankan flight, the county could have collapsed overnight.

We lost the kingdoms of Anuradhapura and Polonnaru, that ancient civilization built with advanced technologies of irrigation, due to Indian invasions. India is the father of Tamil terrorism, which took the country backward for 30 years. Further, The mastermind behind the Easter attack is nothing but Indian intelligence.

There is a simple trick used by Indians throughout history to conquer Sri Lanka. First of all, they ignite internal conflicts in the country, and  upon the government is weakened the invasion is launched. It is easy to conquer when there is anarchy in the country

The facts being so, Indians do not hesitate to launch another attack to conquer Sri Lanka. The rulers of this country should work keeping these historical facts in mind


Source – https://nationalalert.lk/who-planned-to-attack-the-sri-lankan-flight/


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