Narendra Modi in Sri Lanka: PM visits St Anthony's Church, one of sites hit in Easter Sunday terror attack; pays tribute to victims
Sunday, 9 June 2019 () Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday pledged India's solidarity with the people of Sri Lanka as he visited the St Anthony's church, one of the sites of the horrific Easter Sunday attacks, and paid tributes to the victims of the deadly terror strikes that killed 258 people, including 11 Indians.
Hundreds of Sri Lankan Catholics gathered to pray at St. Anthony's shrine which was attacked in the Easter Sunday bombings, the worst attack since the civil war in the country. A mass was held for the..
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In his third visit to Sri Lanka as Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi is expected to underline the need for solidarity in the fight against terrorism. Zee News Also reported by •Firstpost •Reuters India •Mid-Day
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday visited a Catholic church - one of the sites of the horrific Easter Sunday attacks - soon after his arrival here and paid... IndiaTimes Also reported by •newKerala.com •Zee News