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this monks praying for the two hundred and fifty people who were killed on Easter Sunday and attacks on churches and hotels in what was a peaceful haven and tourist magnet , until this week Islamist militant violence wasn't high on the list of concerns so how did it end up seeing the deadliest attack of its kind in South Asia is history as were just Joe brook reports some appointing to rifts within trunk his government and the lack of preparedness by the country's military the public head fell off the ten years of peace following the civil war but this was a calm place where tourists will welcome and it was a country changed unfortunately these attacks have instilled fear back into these communities and mistrust with that political leadership all of fourteen has uncovered the rifts between the prime minister and the president was laid the groundwork for Islamists to strike are actually president major policy Reseda has blamed the security establishment for failing to communicate suffer warnings they had about the attacks but many Sri Lankans say his full out with the country's prime minister might be at fault two six that relationship deteriorated last year , defense sources told Reuters the two haven't been sharing security information with that factions actively trying to undermine each other according to civil society groups of western diplomats caution Muhammad's run the alleged ringleader of the Easter Sunday blasts had been Frank to security officials as a threat but concerns went largely ignored the rebuilding operation in the country is going to take months and years security remains tight on the situation is tense soldiers on the streets police say carrying out raids in many places across the country hold this marks the start new period for Sri Lanka if the minute she was lethargic it's wide awake now and do more minute with more than ten thousand soldiers on the streets