Monday, May 27, 2019

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Water Board Suddenly Imposed A Seven Hour Water Cut in Several.Areas In Colombo

National Water Supplies And Drainage
Board had today (27)suddenly imposed a seven hour water cut from 1 p.m to 08 p.m  in several areas of Colombo including Maharagama and Pannipitya due to the sudden collapse of main pipe line supplying water from Labugama and Kalatuwawa reservoirs .

Accordingly seven hour water cut had been imposed in Maharagama,Kottawa,Pannipitoya ,Rukmalgama ,Homagama ,Meepe and Padukka areas .

However no prior notice had been issued regarding the water cut .

Court Ordered Nine Copper Factory Workers Charged Over involved In Easter Attacks To Provide Statements To Terrorism Investigations Division From Tomorrow (28)

Colombo Additional Magistrate Priyantha Liyanage has today  (27)ordered the 09 suspects attached to the Copper Factory in Wellampitiya owned by one of the Suicide bombers
who launched attacks on Easter Sunday,to give statements to Terrorism Investigations Division  (TID)from tomorrow (28)until 01st of June over the Easter Sunday attacks  after being produced them before the court.

Additional Magistrate has also sentemced the 10th suspect attached to the same copper factory K.Rajendren allias Abdulla imprisonment until 10 th of June.

The nine suspects attached to Copper factory were released on bail earlier as Wellampitiya Police which arrested suspects not able to provide required proof to the court.

Meanwhile Terrorism Investigations Division has today informed   the Court that investigations carried  out over the Copper factory workers taken under the supervision of TID from Wellampitiya Police. 

Four Member Special.Investigation Board Will Be Appointed To Probe On Dr.Safi -Hearth Minister

Four Member Special Investigation
Board comprising of Three Gynaecologists  (VOG) and a number of Sri Lanka Medical Council will be appointed to investigate charges against Dr Mohommad Siyabdeen Shafi a senior doctor attached to Kurunagala Teaching Hospital according to Health Minister Dr.Rajitha Senaratne .

This Investigation Board will conduct an investigations coincides with the investigations carried out by Criminal Investigations Department  (CID)against the doctor Minister has stressed .

Addressing the mesia at Temple Trees in Colombo Health Minister has stated that charges levelled against Dr.safi over performing illegal sterilisation on women at Kurunagala Hospital. However even performing a CeaserIan Surgery is a team.work."VOG there who is the surgeon and assistant doctors , Nurses and attendants too participating for the surgery .So if something like illegal sterilisation occurred  after the surgery the whole team should be responsible "Minister has said .

Minister has also accepted that he is responsible for submitting a cabinet proposal to appoint Dr.safi to Dambulla Hospital after the doctor who had resigned from his career to contest the 2015 general elections had appealed to re appoint him as a doctor following the election defeat.

D safi was not charged on any offence then and if he found guilty over medical negligence he will be punished according to law Minister has said.


Five Thowheeth Jamaath Suspects Arrested In Horowpathana Area Had Been Remanded

Kabithigollawa District Court had today
(27) remanded the five suspects arrested in Horowpathana area over having close relationship with Extremist Organization Thowheeth Jamaath and it's leader Mohommad Zahran Hashim until 04 th of June after being produced before the Court .

The five suspects who had been arrested in Horowpathana were also charged of delivering extremist preaches to public in several areas including Anuradhapura and Trincomalee areas .They had been distributed Lacks of Rupees among Muslim community in these areas during preaches according to Police.

A principal of an Arabic school and a sub teacher are among those remanded today .

DEVASTATING BUSHFIRES TO BE WORSEN IN AUSTRALIA

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