The Police and military have insisted that the country is now safe and steps have been taken to implement a special security plan following the Easter Sunday bombings.
Acting Inspector General of Police (IGP), Senior DIG C.D. Wickramaratne said that all those directly linked to the bombings have been arrested or were killed.
He also said that all the explosives believed to be linked to the group involved in the Easter Sunday attacks have been found.
Wickramaratne also urged the public not to be misled by unverified reports.
Commander of the Army Lieutenant General Mahesh Senanayake said that the military has taken steps to ensure National security under the emergency regulations.
He said that over the past two weeks normalcy was returning to the country and the public must not be misled by false claims.
The Commander urged the public to return to their day to day activities.
The Navy said that security at all ports has also been strengthened.
Navy Commander Vice Admiral Piyal De Silva said that steps have been taken to prevent any attack in the ports in Sri Lanka.
The Air Force said that security has also been strengthened at the main airport in Sri Lanka.
Air Force Commander Air Marshal Kapila Jayampathy said that the Air Force had also carried out search operations at schools in the country. (Colombo Gazette)