Friday, June 28, 2019



Europe sees first heatwave of the year

Railways Department General Manager Had Lodged A Complaint At Colombo Fort Police Against Strikers

General Manager of the Sri Lanka Railways Department Dilantha Fernando had made a
complaint to the Colombo Fort Police against Railway Workers who had participated in yesterdays (28)island wide one day Railway strike without accepting the circular which declares  the Railway Service an essential service  

In his complain General Manager of Sri Lanka Railways Department has stated that a group of Railway Department Employees had engaged in the strike launched by Railway Trade Unions in an environment that the Railway Service declared as an essential service .He had requested the Police to take a legal action against those who have violated the circular .Under the circular those who have launched a trade union action by causing inconvenience to the public when their service is an essential service can be punished severely the Railway Department General Manager has stressed . 

After the Complaint Colombo Fort Police have launched an investigation on the issue it has been reported.

Five categories of Employees attached to   Railway employees including Engine Drivers ,Stationmasters,Guides ,Controllers and Inspection Managers had launched a 24 hour island wide Railway strike from midnight of Last Thursday (27) until midnight last night (28) demanding to implement the approved  cabinet proposal on removing their salary anomalies with immediate effect .

However amidst the strike Sri Lanka Railways Department had operated seven office trains last morning from Colombo Fort Railway station with the help of  retired engine drivers it has been revealed.

"කලණ මිතුරා සැපෙහි මෙන්ම දුකෙහිද, අවශ්‍ය සැම විටකදීම ඔබ සමග සිටියි .-කිසි විටෙක සිය මිත්‍රයාගේ සංවේදි බව ,අවංකකම හෑල්ලුවට ලක් නොකරයි "

lion and human love සඳහා පින්තුර ප්‍රතිඵල




GMOA To Launch Protest Campaigns In Kalutara Hospitals Against Attacking Private Dispensaries of Two Of Its Members -Health Minister Had Also Criticized The Incident

Government Medical
OfficersAssociation  (GMOA )has decided to launch protest campaigns at Kalutara Nagoda General ,Horana Base and  panadura Hospitals Against damaging properties of It's Assistant Secretary Dr.Navin Soyza and Former Kalutara Branch union Secretary last night (27) at Kalutara .

A group of persons had damaged the Private dispensaries  of The two GMOA Members at Waskaduwa ,Kalutara last night and the Union blamed Health Minister Dr.Rajitha Senaratne over the incident.

However Minister Dr.Senaratne had today (28)condemned the attacks and says he had instructed the Higher Polive officers to probe on the incidents and brought those who were responsible to justice .Minister has further said that he is not aware on the Dr.Soyza s clinic in wasKaduwa .

Had Phoned Army Commander Three Times To Find Out On A Youth Arrested In Dehiwala -Former Minister Baduideen

Former Minister of Commerce and
Trade Rishsd Baduideen who had appeared before the Parliamentary Select Commiteee probing Easter sunday   attacks   this evening (28)has revealed that he had phoned Army Commander Lieutinent General Mahesh Senanayake three times on  26 th ,27th and 28th of April to find out details on a Youth Arrested from Dehiwala during search operations .

Had Phoned the Army Commander Three times as he didn't give a proper  answer to his question , Former Minister Baduideen has told before the select committee.

"I have phoned the Army Commander to check whether a son of a friend arrested during the search operations carried out in Dehiwala .Never influenced the ongoing investigations regarding Easter Sunday attacks at a time everyone concerned over National security "He has stressed.

Former Minister Baduideen had given evidence before the Parliamentary Select Committee for  nearly  two hours .The select committee had met at Parliamentary Complex. 

Prisons Commissioner Had Informed The Court Of Appeal That He Has Not Received Any Report To Implement Capital Punishment

Prisons Commissioner General
eJayanath Jayalath ThennnnaKoon had today (28)informed the Court of Appeal he has not received any report regarding the implementing Capital punishment.

Prisons Commissioner had  informed the Court of Appeal that he can ensure the Capital punishment will not be implemented until next week .

Commissioner has made this remarrk during the hearing of a petition filed by Journalist Mahinda Seneviratne agaimst implementing the capital punishment. The petition requests the court to issue a writ order to Prisons Commissioner and Welikada Prison Superintendent preventing the implemending of Capital punishment.

few days ago President Maithripala Sirisena had announced he had signed  papers to implement capital punishment against four drug dealers during a meeting held with media heads .



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