Amparai “Sterilizing Chemical”Canard Proved to be False

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Sri Lanka’s Special Task Force and Police officers stand guard near a burnt house after a clash between two communities in Digana, central district of Kandy, Sri Lanka March 6, 2018. 

Amparai “Sterilizing Chemical”Canard Proved to be False Conclusively by Govt Analyst who says Particles Found in Food Were Mere Lumps of Flour.

The particles that were found in food at an eatery in Ampara, which was earlier rumoured to be sterilizing chemicals, were clumps of flour, the Government Analyst reported to Police.

“They were contents of carbohydrates,” Government Analyst A. Weliangage said.

Police sources said according to Government Analyst the particles could be considered as a made of carbohydrate.

Earlier, a person who had ‘parata’ at the said eatery had circulated the incident in social media claiming that it was a sterilizing chemical, following which several violent incidents had taken place in the area.

Courtesy:Daily Mirror