Modi will briefly visit Sri Lanka on Sunday during which he will hold discussions with President Maithripala Sirisena, according to the president's office here.
The move follows repeated government allegations that social media platforms have been used to spread online hate, in a country where ethnic divisions still linger.
Archbishop of Colombo Cardinal Malclom Ranjith in a press conference said that that Catholic private schools might be opened on May 14.
The move comes as part of the heightened security measures in the wake of the Easter Sunday bombings.
It has been alerted that female bombers posing as devotees may attack Buddhist temples after authorities seized white clothes from a house that was raided.
NTJ leader Zahran Hashim was huimself killed inside the Shangri La hotel were he detonated himself.
Fernando said that it would have been 'impossible' to protect a large number of churches in the country even with prior intelligence.
The move comes amid growing frustration by governments around the world with internet platforms over the propagation of misinformation and incitements of violence.
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The attacks on hotels and churches came as Sri Lanka was emerging as a leading tourist hot-spot, named the world's top destination for 2019 by a major guide book.
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While there have been attacks on Christians, their community had been left relatively unscathed, with anti-Muslim riots -- whipped up in part by hardline, right-wing Buddhists grabbing the headlines.
However, the government said they will not disclose the details of the suspects involved in the attacks to prevent them from getting publicity.