Monday, January 29, 2018

Uva Chief Minister To Appear Before Human Rights Commission Over Harassing A Female Principal

Human Rights Commission Of Sri
Lanka had today  (29)issued summons to Uva Provincial Chief Minister Chamara Sampath Dassanayake to appear before the Commission on 01st of February to give a statement regarding the charges leveled against him over kneeling down the Female Principal of Badulla Hindu Girls School .

The President of the Cayton Teachers Union Joseph Stalling has made a complaint over the incident to the Human Rights Commission.

The Uva Chief Minister Dassanayake has step down from his Education Ministerial Post over the incident and the Government has appointed Senthil Thondaman as the new Education Minister of the Uva Provincial Council

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