Meanwhile, Sri Lanka ordered tens of thousands of security personnel to secure public schools ahead of their reopening on Monday.
"Therefore please avoid hurting them and try to create a better spirit of understanding and good relations between all the communities of Sri Lanka", he said in a video message to the island country. "I have trust [in] the armed forces and the police of this country to bring normalcy [as] soon as possible", he said.
Senanayake gave an optimistic response when asked whether he could "confidently say to people around the world that Sri Lanka is a safe place for global tourists".
The minister did not give the nationalities of those who have been expelled, but police have said many foreigners who have overstayed their visas since the attacks were from Bangladesh, India, Maldives and Pakistan.
There were tensions in the area after the Easter day attacks when one of the churches in the area became the target.
He said police are investigating the source of the assets. From here, yesterday, the decision to keep churches and even Catholic schools closed "until further news".
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He says crews have suspended their search for the other two workers due to concerns about the stability of the structure. An explosion rocked a town in IL , leaving four people injured and several others unaccounted for, authorities said .
Suicide bombers hit churches and hotels in Sri Lanka on April 21, killing worshippers and tourists.
In an interview with the Sky News, Sirisena said the authorities are aware of "a small group" of Sri Lankans, who have travelled overseas to receive training from the IS over the past decade.
Two of his sons carried out attacks early Sunday morning, according to law enforcement. When asked how were they involved in these two Indian regions, the Commander said "definitely in some sorts of training or to make some more links towards the other organisations outside the country".
Sri Lanka's 22 million population is mostly Buddhist but includes minority Christians, Muslims and Hindus.
At least eight British nationals were killed during the bombings, which targetting luxury Colombo hotels as well as churches.
The Easter attacks were blamed on the local National Thowheeth Jama'ath (NTJ) whose leader was among the suicide bombers.