Sri Lankan pastor gives first hand account of Easter Sunday Church attacks

As Easter celebrations were taking place across Sri Lanka in particular within the cities of Colombo and Negombo - where the largest Christian communities exist - a series of bomb attacks on churches and exclusive hotels brought terror to revellers and tourists. Early reports focussed on eight explosions but by the end of the day the final count was 10 in which over 200 people were killed and at least a further 400 injured. 

British Pakistani Christian Association, sent their locally based team to the bomb sites and local hospitals to speak with victims of the attack and to offer their assistance.  Anton Kyanq BPCA Lead Officer spoke to the GNA about what he witnessed.