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Why, Oh Why?



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The carnage on Easter Sunday caused death to more than 300 and injuries to around 500. Minister Rajitha Senaratne, yesterday, said that international and state intelligence agencies had warned the government, of an impending attack in the country. Why was no action taken on this warning?
 

According to press reports the Chief of National Intelligence had warned the Inspector General of Police (IGP) of the attacks. Why did not IGP take appropriate action?

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