Security beefed up in Sri Lanka after bomb blasts, says hotelier


A Sri Lankan hotelier has reacted with shock to Sunday's bomb blasts in the country that left more than 100 people dead.

Imal Fonseka, CEO and Group Director of Fairway Holdings, which owns two hotels in Colombo, tells ARN News what the mood on the ground is.

The series of blasts came at a time when the country's tourism industry was at its peak. 

Fonseka explains what impact the incident could have on the market. 

He also said security has been increased at all public places in Sri Lanka following the blasts.

At least 138 people have been killed and more than 400 injured in a series of explosions targeting churches and hotels.

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