Wednesday, September 28, 2011

50 Sri Lankans Deported From United Kingdom To Arrive Sri Lanka Tomorrow

A Batch of 50 Sri Lankans who were deported from United Kingdom due to illegal reasons are due to arrive on a Flight to  Sri Lanka tomorrow according to the Minister Counselor (Consular and Immigration) Chaminda Kularatne.

This  Batch of  Sri Lankans which compromised with Sinhalese,Tamils and Muslims were deported due to Illegal stay in United Kingdom and some of them have even denied by granting visas or Political Asylum Mr.Kularatne has  stressed.Due to the  Peaceful Environment prevails in Sri Lanka at present after ending of 3 decade old war against LTTE some members of the group were not granted Political Asylum in U.K he further added.

Government Doctors Union Called An Urgent General Assembly Meeting Tomorrow To Decide Future TU Action

The Government Medical Officers Association (GMOA) has called  an urgent General Assembly Meeting tomorrow(29) to decide the future Trade Union action against the harassment faced by  GMOA President Dr.Anuruddha Padeniya with the hands of some   Government Officials.

The Executive Committee which met today has unanimously decided to take a stern action against the harassment faced by their President."However the Trade Union Action that has to be taken will be decided by the General Assembly during tomorrows urgent meeting according to the Assistant Secretary of GMOA Dr.Sankalpa Marasinha.

Dr.Marasinha has said that  under the latest incident the officials of the Bribery and Corruption Commission have removed the Personal File belongs to the GMOA President Dr.Padeniya from the Lady Ridgway Hospital in Colombo where he is working without a prior notice."According to the law if there's a complaint against a Government Servant there's a certain procedure to deal with such a situation and  this is not the way to handle such matters" he stressed.

Recently One Government Minister openly criticized the GMOA President after he expressed his views against the controversial Malabe Private Medical College Issue  and as a response GMOA filed a court case against the Minister claiming to pay Rs.300 million as compensation due to harassing of GMOA President Dr.Padeniya.

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