Thursday, January 21, 2016

Health Minister Has Appointed A Three Member Committee To Investigate On Involvement Of Six Sri Lankan Doctors To The Kidney Racket

The Minister Of Health,Nutrition And  Indigenous Medicine Dr.Rajitha Senaratne has appointed a Three Member Committee to investigate on the involvement of  Six Sri Lankan Doctors to the Large Scale Kidney Racket operated between Sri Lanka and India.

The Committee which comprising the Director of Private Hospitals in the Ministry Of Health Dr.Kanthi Ariyaratne,Western Provincial Health Services Director Dr.Deepthi Perera and a member of the Special Investigations Unit Of  the Ministry Of Health has already bagun investigations by visiting the releveant Private Hospitals in Colombo which Indian Police have claimed as using to perform illegal Kidney Transpalnt Surgeries.

The report of the investigations is due to be submitted to the Director General Of Health Services Dr.Palitha Mahipala within a week the Ministry Sources said.

If those accused Sri Lankan Doctors are found guilty for involved in the Kidney Racket their registration of the Sri Lanka Medical Council will be cancelled with immedaitte effect the sources said.The Ministry is due to  take an action against these doctors after informing the details of investigations report to Sri Lanka Medical Council it has been reported.



Former Sri Lanka Fast Bowler Chaminda Vaas Appointed As A Fast Bowling Adviser

chaminda vaas සඳහා පින්තුර ප්‍රතිඵල
chaminda vaas සඳහා පින්තුර ප්‍රතිඵලThe former  Fast Bowler and Bowling Coach of the Sri Lank an National Cricket Team Chaminda Vaas has been appointed as the Adviser Of Fast Bowling  in   Ireland's Cricket Team.

Vaas is due to leave for Ireland shortly to accept his new post.


Detained Former Chairman Of Securities And Exchange Commission Dr.Godahewa Has Released On Bail

The former Chairman Of Securities And  Exchange Commission Dr.Nalaka Godahewa and two of his associates detained last month over a financial irregularity occurred at the Commission have been released on bail yesterday(21) by the Colombo High Court.

The suspects have been released on two Personal  Bails of Rs.5 million  each and on a cash bail of Rs.500,000.

Dr.Godahewa along with his associates have been arrested by Police Financial Crimes Investigations Division on 07th of December over misappropriation of Rs.5 million.

Bribery Commission Officials Have Arrested A Principle And A Buddhist Monk While Accepting A Bribe

bribery සඳහා පින්තුර ප්‍රතිඵලThe officials of the Bribery Commission have yesterday (21)arrested a Principle of a Government School in Kegalle(In Central Province) and a Buddhist Monk who worked as a School Clerk at the School Premises while accepting a bribe of Rs.60,000 to admit a Grade Six Student to the school.

The suspects are due to be produced before Kegalle Magistrate Court and the Bribery Commission is conducting further investigations on the incident.


Police To Take A Disciplinary Action Against Six Police Officers Including OIC Of Kotadeniyawa Police

A Disciplinary Action will be taken against the Police Officers attached to Kotadeniyawa(In Western Province) Police Station including Officer In Charge (OIC) for arrested a Teenage School Student and another person wrongfully regarding the rape and murder of Five Year Old Seya Sadewmini according to the Department Of Police.

Based on the finding of Inquiry held regarding arresting two persons wrongfully the Police Department has taken steps to issue charge sheets to Kotadeniyawa Police OIC,An Inspector,A constable,Sargent and two Sub Inspectors of the Police,  Department Sources said.

Kotadeniyawa Police have arrested the two Individuals soon after the body of five year old Seya found a place near her home and later released them on bail.

Health Ministry Has Temporarily Banned Performing Of Kidney Transplants For Foreigners At Government And Private Hospitals

illegal kidney transplant issue sri lanka සඳහා පින්තුර ප්‍රතිඵලThe Ministry Of Health ,Nutrition And Indeginous Medicine has today(21) decided to temporarily ban the performing of Kidney Transplants to Foreigners at Government And Private Hospitals with immediatte effect.

This decision has been taken following the decision taken by Indian Police to filed cases against Six Sri Lankan Doctors who have performed around 60 Kidney Transplant Surgeries for Indian Nationals at four colombo based private hospitals by buying kidneys from poor indian villagers for money.

The Six Doctors namely Dr.Madhava,Dr.Monick,Dr.Niroshani,Dr.Shabeeba ,Dr.Sadhana and Dr.Chamila have faced these allegations of performing 60 Kidney Transplants in Private Hospitals here illeagally .

Meanwhile Director General Of Health Services Dr.Palitha Mahipala has said the Health Ministry too launched an investigations on the alleged Kidney Racket involved by some Sri Lankan Doctors .


79 Corona Positives Had Been Discharged From Hospitals Today (02)

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