Sri Lanka shows religious extremism’s ugly face: CPI-M

New Delhi: The horrific killings in Sri Lanka show “how terror motivated by religious extremism is increasingly targeting minorities in the respective countries of South
Asia”, the CPI-M said on Monday.

“This underlines the necessity to combat religious extremism in all its forms,” the Communist Party of India-Marxist said in a statement.

The CPI-M expressed outrage over the serial blasts in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday which have killed 290 people and injured 500 others.