NEW DELHI - India warned Sri Lanka about a possible terror attacks thrice ahead of the Easterr Sunday Bombings. The final warning, reported CNN, was given one hour before the explosions started, a person told the channel.
The first warning was communicated on April 4, the second on April 20 and third on the morning of the attack.
The warning had specified that the targets would include churches or hotels, the person told CNN. Sri Lankan officials have also admitted that the received intelligence, but both the PM and President said they weren’t privy to any such intel.
Out of close to 40 foreign nationals, at least 10 Indians were also killed in the terror attack which shook the country on Sunday. The investigating agencies earlier in the day have held a Syrian national in connection with the terror attack and now terror group ISIS has claimed the responsibility.