Northern Provincial Council’s Health Minister Pathmanathan Sathyalingam has resigned this evening.
Northern Province Chief Minister in July informed Transport and Trade Minister B. Deniswaran and Health Minister P. Sathyalingam to go on a month's leave as there were investigations of corruption pending against them. (Sithum Chaturanga)
ceylon Monday, 7 August 2017 21:21
great example.he might lived in europe before.otherwise this great culture dont follow.now mahindanamalwimalravisirisenawijedada and such also do it. via DM Android App
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Harry Tuesday, 8 August 2017 07:07
Ceylon how you missed the Bond master and his God Father? Looks fishy!
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Ganesh Tuesday, 8 August 2017 11:35
Vigneshwaran was elected by the people as chief minister at the request of the TNA to develop the battered province and the people as an able man but he seems to play politics and creates division among people with a hidden agenda to bring the people to destruction again .
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Barati Tuesday, 8 August 2017 12:28
Dear Sir.The original charges were against a minister close to the CM. He was found guilty. But, against the recommendations of the committe which is appointed by the CM himself, he wanted all the ministers to go.If you do a deeper analysis CM is really doing politics with his own agenda within TNA and MP Sumanthiran. The Health minister had a strategy and was able to implement it by working closely with the cooperation of the central government which antagonized many including the CM.The people who are affected by the war could expect nothing from this CM. CM has more than 20 ministries which he may not even remember which are neither productive nor efficient.
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lanka Tuesday, 8 August 2017 14:31
Wigneswaran was enjoying his life in Colombo amid security provided by the SL govt during 20/30 years when the ordinary Tamil civilians were terrorised by the LTTE scum. Wigneswaran ls a lapdog of MS he appointed him but now it's vice verssa!
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