Related Rule
Sri Lanka
Practice Relating to Rule 2. Violence Aimed at Spreading Terror among the Civilian Population
Sri Lanka’s Emergency (Prevention and Prohibition of Terrorism and Specified Terrorist Activities) Regulations (2006) states:
6. No person or groups of persons either incorporated or unincorporated including an organization, shall either individually or as a group or groups or through other persons engage in:–
(a) terrorism, or
(b) any specified terrorist activity, or
(c) any other activity in furtherance of any act of terrorism or specified terrorist activity committed by any person, group or groups of persons.
20. For the purposes of these regulations, –
“terrorism” means any unlawful conduct which –
(c) intimidates a civilian population or a group thereof, …
and which unlawful conduct is aimed at or is committed with the object of threatening or endangering the sovereignty or territorial integrity of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka or that of any other recognized sovereign State, or any other political or governmental change, or compelling the government of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka to do or abstain from doing any act, and includes any other unlawful activity which advocates or propagates such unlawful conduct. 
Sri Lanka, Emergency (Prevention and Prohibition of Terrorism and Specified Terrorist Activities) Regulations, 2006, Sections 6 and 20(c).