Wednesday, April 4, 2018

TNA MP's Had Voted Against No Confidence Motion After Prime Minister Agrees To Fullfill Ten Of Their Demands

Tamil National Alliance(TNA) has stated

that the Prime Minister Ranil Wikramasinghe has agreed to ten demands submitted to him by the Party including finding a reasonable political solution to the North Eastern conflict .

Among the ten demands Prime Minister agrees to fullfill were Handing over all the lands in North and East under the Security forces to it's owners, investigating over missing persons and done justice to them and  releasing all political prisoners accotding to TNA.

After Prime Minister agrees for these demands TNA MP's had voted against the no confidence motion presented against Prime Minister it has been revealed.

No Confidence Motion Against Prime Minister Has Been Defeated

The no confidence motion submitted against the Prime Minister Ranil Wikramasinghe has been defeated by majority of 46 votes in Parliament short while ago.

During the open vote held after the debate on no confidence motion ,122 MP's voted against the motion while 76 voted in favor.

The remaining 27 MP' s in the Parliament abstained had began at 9.30p.m today and the speaker had announced the result of the vote.



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SLFP Divided Over The No Confidence Motion

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Co -partner of the Good Governance Government Sri Lanka Freedom Party (SLFP) has divided in to two factions regarding the voting of No confidence motion presented in the Parliament today against Prime Minister Ranil Wikramasinghe it has been reported.

While Minister A.H.M Fowzie of SLFP had this morning stated that the SLFP has decided to abstain from voting on the no confidence motion State Minister Lakshman Yapa Abeygunawardane has stated that the SLFP MP's met at the residence of United Peoples Freedom Alliance General Secretary Mahinda Amaraweera have decided to vote in favor of the motion.
Meanwhile former President Mahinda Rajapakshe who is the leader of Joint Opposition Group had arrived in Parliament to take part in the ongoing no confidence motion debate .

Venerable Athuraliye Rathanasara Thero Who Had Earlier Decided To Vote In Favor Of The No Confidence Motion Later Changed His Mind

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MP Venerable Athuraliye Rathanasara Thero who had earlier in the day had stated in Parliament during the debate on no confidence motion against Prime Minister Ranil Wikramasinghe  that he cannot voted against the motion has said this evening that he will abstain from voting of the No confidence motion tonight(04).

This noon Venerable Thero  had stated that he cannot oppose  the facts included in the no confidence motion against Prime Minister.

The debate on the no confidence motion submitted  against the Prime Minister signed by Joint Opposition Group MP's had began this morning at Parliament and Joint Opposition MP Dinesh Gunawardane had presented the motion to the Parliament.

The vote on the motion scheduled to be held at 9.30 p.m tonight after the ongoing debate.

Several Government and Opposition MP's had expressed their views at the debate and the leftist Janatha Wimukthi Peramuna(JVP) has decided to vote in favor of the No confidence motion it has been revealed.

A Tractor Driver Was Killed Due To A Tractor-Lorry Collision

A 46 year old Tractor driver was killed after the Tractor he had driven colliding with a Lorry at Galewela on Dambulla-Kurunagala main road .
Image result for accidentThe accident occurred when the Lorry traveling from Polonnaruwa to Colombo attempting to overtake a Tractor traveling from Galewela to Pothuhara area.The deceased was a resident of Galewela area.

Galewela Police have arrested the Lorry driver and he is due to be produced before the Dambulla Magistrate Court today(04).

Two Judicial Officers Were Sentenced Four Year Imprisonment Over Accepting A Bribe From A Person

Image result for court orderColombo High Court has today(04) sentenced a clerk and Registrar  attached to Ampara District Court a four year jail term over accepting Rs.4500 as a  bribe from a person to issue a copy of a court order released by the  District Court.

The Colombo High Court Judge Vikum Kaluarachchi had also imposed fines of  Rs.6000 and Rs.3000 on  the Registrar and Clerk respectively over the charges leveled against them.

Both the suspects were charged over accepting the bribe from a person on 17th of July 2009.Bribery commission had arrested them and filed a case against them in the High Court.

Injectable bandage' made from seaweed and a pastry ingredient stops internal bleeding in just 3 minutes, study finds

Previous research suggests a single injection could relieve back pain for years (stock)An 'injectable bandage' could stop internal bleeding in just three minutes, new research suggests.Made from compounds found in seaweed and gelling agents used in pastry making, the minimally-invasive injection also contains clay, which triggers blood cells to clot, a study found.

The treatment, which is released over several days, also creates a 3D, jelly-like substance that promotes healing of damaged tissue, the research adds.

Study author Giriraj Lokhande, from Texas A&M University, said: 'We found these injectable bandages can show a prolonged release of therapeutics that can be used to heal the wound.'
Internal bleeding is a leading cause of death in war-related injuries or during operations to open up blood vessels narrowed by plaque.  

Triggers blood clotting in less than three minutes The main substance in the injection is a red, edible seaweed, known as gelatinous k-carrageenan, which is used a thickener in many foods.
Adding clay to the substance forms a frame to the gel that effectively turns it into an 'injectable bandage', according to the researchers. 

When tested on animal and human tissue in the lab, the treatment triggered blood clotting in less than three minutes.It also significantly boosts tissue regeneration and wound healing.
In the future, the researchers hope the clay particles in the treatment will be able to deliver drugs to wound sites.It is unclear when the injectable bandage may be treated on human wounds outside the lab.   The findings were published in the journal Acta Biomaterialia. (DAILY MAIL HEALTH)



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