‘Don’t fish in troubled waters’, Methodist bishop tells politicians
Methodist Bishop Rev.Asiri Perera is urging all the politicians in the country to work together to bring back normalcy to the country.
Addressing a Press Conference the Bishop asked Sri Lankans to rely on the security forces to protect the country and resume their daily lives.
He also asked politicians not to comment on national security in an irresponsible manner.
“Don’t fish in troubled waters,” the Bishop said
Rev. Perespoke after he met Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe at Temple Trees yesterday (06).
“The Prime Minister assured us that although peace is not fully restored, the Government is on its way for a total restoration,” Rev. Perera told RepublicNext.
Commenting on the terrorist attacks, Rev. Perera pointed out that the most number of child deaths due to bomb blasts was reported from the Zion church in Batticaloa.
The Bishop was critical of the media for not reporting the attack on the Zion church in a better manner.
The Methodist church is hoping to reopen schools under its authority within the next week, Rev. Perera further said.