Monday, July 18, 2011

GMOA Claimed That The Majority Number Of Indian Docs In Sri Lanka Are Not Qualified

The Government Medical Officers Association (GMOA) has today claimed that the majority of visiting Indian Doctors who are serving in Private Hospitals of the country are not qualified Doctors.Stating the need to review the educational qualifications of these Doctors who are visiting Sri Lanka freely before giving  permission to serve in Private Hospitals.

Addressing a Press Briefing held in Colombo today GMOA Secretary Dr.Chandika Epitakaduwa has said today that there are around 100-200 Doctors currently working in Private Hospitals of Sri Lanka.If the Health Authorities fails to take any action against these low qualified Indian Doctors GMOA will take stern action against it Dr.Epitakaduwa has stressed.

President Says Certain Individuals Trying To Mislead People In Jaffna

President Mahinda Rajapaksha has said today that certain individuals are  trying to mislead the people in Jaffna by making  false statements while  their children living in foreign countries.Addressing a public gathering in Kayts in Jaffna Peninsula today targeting the forthcoming Local Government Elections  President stressed the need to take country forward without being deceived by false claims.

President Rajapaksha has also addressed the people in Tamil Language as well on the current development projects launched in North and East after ending decades old war in the Country.

Pakistan Cricket Squad Quatantined After Testing Positive In New Zealand