The Medical Research Institute states that tests have begun on the Red Rain that was reported in the Sevanagala and Manampitiya.
Speaking to our news team Director of MRI, Dr. Anil Samaranayaka stated that samples of the rain have been received by MRI.
It is reported that in September of 2001, the Kerala region in India also had experienced red rain similar to this and it had lasted approximately for a month.
The scientists who conducted research regarding this issued their report in June of this year and that report stated that the scientists had found micro organisms that lacked DNA in the rain.
As normal rainfall contains DNA, the scientists have deduced that the red coloration of the rain was caused by the micro organisms found in the rain.
Furthermore the scientists' report stated that if the micro organisms found in the rain originated from the earth, they should definitely contain DNA.
Due to the lack of DNA in the red rain that fell in Kerala the scientists have classified this phenomenon as an extra terrestrial attack.
However, director of MRI Dr. Anil Samaranayaka stated that the red rain that fell in Sevanagala and Manampitiya cannot be classified as an extra terrestrial attack.