People from different ethnic and religious backgrounds turned up at the Holy Trinity Cathedral today to remember the victims of the Sri Lanka Easter Bombings.
Attorney General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum says that one reason why this has happened is due to the fact that some people have instilled in them the value of being discriminatory.
Sayed-Khaiyum says that people should stay away from such people and should speak out on those that are trying to divide the people.
Opposition Leader, Sitiveni Rabuka says many people in have been profiling him for what happened years ago and today is all about forgiveness.
He says that today we are here to remember those lives that were lost in the Sri Lankan bombing attacks and before that bombing attack, Sri Lanka has come along way in providing peace to its citizen
Both politician gave their deepest condolences to the families of the victims of the Sri Lankan bombing.
Present at the Vigil for victims of the Sri Lanka Bombing attacks were members of the Fiji Judicial Sytstem; former Chief Justice Anthony Gates, Justice Suresh Chandra and Justice Riyaz Hamza, few members of parliament and members of the public.