Special Prayers for Easter Sunday Victims
Special prayers were held at the Ealing Amman Temple on the 23rd Tuesday afternoon.
Hundreds of Hindu devotees attended the special services.
MP for Southall and Ealing Mr Virendra Sharma and Local Councillors Mr Munir Ahamed, Mr Tariq Mahmood and former Mayor of Harrow council Mr Nisam Ismail attended the services and spoke to the devotees.
Mr Virendra Sharma M P for Ealing and Southall said
“We are here to show our solidarity to stand by the people who have suffered by the act of violence caused by the terrorists in Srilanka.
We as Global community irrespective of religion or ethnicity condem the cowardly act of the terrorists who should be brought to book”.
Mr.Tariq Mahmood councillor of Perivale
“We need to send the message to the terrorists who have committed this carnage that we all are united and condem their act of violence on the innocent civilians. We also offer our prayers for souls of those who have been killed to Rest in Peace”
Mr Munir Ahamed councillor for Perivale said
“We as citizens of the world condem all terrorists acts whether it is perpetrated in Christ Church in New Zealand or in Srilanka
Let us all jointly send our message to the terrorists of various organizations that we never tolerate act of violence on civilians”.
S.Karunailingam Chairman of the Executive committee of the temple said
“We all condem the carnage caused by the bombing in churches and hotels in Srilanka on Easter Sunday and as a community we offer our prayers to the dead to rest in peace and also for the speedy recovery of the injured. We prey that all communities in Sri Lanka will live together with equal rights and help each other so that we can strengthen bonds between all communities”
Dr Thevasagayam chairman of the Board of Trustees
“We the Hindu temples forum of London consisting of thirty two temples in UK express our sadness for the loss of life caused by the dastardly and the cowardly act of the terrorists in Srilanka and offer our prayers for the souls of the dead to rest in peace and also pray for the speedy recovery of the injured”.