Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Ministry Of Health To Extend Training Period Of Government Nurses

Ministry Of Health has decided to extend the Three year Nursing Training from Six Months to Three and Half years with an immediate effect.According to the Ministry Sources Health Minister has given instructions to his Officials to Implement this decision before the end of this September.

The pupil Nurses will received a Maternity Training during the extended Six Month Period the ministry sources added..

Former Deputy Minister Mervyn Found Not Guilty Over Tying A Government Officer

Former Deputy Minister Of Highways Dr.Mervyn Silva who was removed from his Portfolio by the President Mahinda Rajapaksha over tying a Samurdhi Officer to a tree was found not guilty by the Disciplinary Committee appointed by the Ruling Sri Lanka Freedom Party(SLFP).According to the Government Spokesman and Health Minister Maithrepala Sirisena Former Deputy Minister was tied the Samurdhi Officer who has reportedly not taking part in the Dengue Control Activities in the Deputy Ministers electorate to strengthen the Dengue Control Activities.

Deputy Minister Mervyn lost his Deputy Ministerial Portfolio ,the post of the Party Organiser and the Party membership last month due to the incident which opposed by the Samurdhi Officers Islandwide.

Health Ministry To Test Local BTI Bacteria Tomorrow

Ministry Of Health is due to test the locally  made BTI Bacteria which can used to destroy Dengue Mosquito Larvae from tomorrow at Mattakuliya and Paliyagoda areas in the Colombo District.According to the Ministry Sources they have received 500 Mili Litres of BTI Bacteria from it's local producer the Institute of Industrial Technologies(ITI) for the pilot project on testing  the Bacteria.

If the Bacteria proves effective then it will introduced to the National Dengue Control Programme without any hesitation according to the Health Ministry officials.

JVP To File A Court Case Against The Constitutional Reforms

One of the main leftist parties in Sri Lanka Janatha Wimukthi Peramuna(JVP) has decided to filed a court case before the Supreme Court today to opposing the New Constitutional Amendments passed by the Cabinet saying they are illegal.According to the party sources JVP is due to filed the court case today.

Government approved the new Constitutional Reforms known as 18th amendment to the Consttitution which gives the Executive  President a chance to run for the Executive Presidency unlimited number of times .

Government Says Previous Executive Presidents Too Can Run For The Presidency Through New Reforms

Under the new Constitutional amendments even the previous executive presidents too can contest for the executive presidency according to the Government Spokesman and Minister of Health Maithrepala Sirisena.However out of the former executive presidents only chandrika kumaratunge survived as two other presidents J.R Jayawardena and Ranasinha Premadasa already demise.

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