Unlawful sterilisation: Affected women requested to give evidence

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Director of Kurunegala Teaching Hospital, Dr.Sarath Weerabandara, requested from the women to complain immediately to the hospital authorities if they feel that they had been subjected to unlawful sterilisation after caesarean operations performed by the controversial doctor.

He made this request at a media briefing held at the Kurunegala Hospital on Saturday. He said that allegations had been made against this doctor who was arrested by the police for the alleged sterilisation of women without their consent and keeping unaccounted assets in the district.

"If there is any woman who faces medical complications, it can be checked after a medical test," he said.

He said the hospital authorities had started investigations regarding allegations of forced or unlawful sterilisation. Deputy Director of the Hospital, Chandana Kendangamuwa, said that information about the women who had been hospitalised is obtained through the hospital registers.

He also said that the doctors and hospital staff could give information about him if there was any. (Indika Ramanayake)

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  • AB Monday, 27 May 2019 09:41 AM

    What a joke Sri Lanka has become they arrest an innocent and then ask the public for evidence

    rbh Monday, 27 May 2019 10:07 AM

    It is like if there is a vehicle catching fire out wait for approval or consent to pull him out by that time all will be ashes. There are trail of signatories to finalize a job. When fire is applied to a stone it cracks.

    NilanS Monday, 27 May 2019 12:31 PM

    Other articles give more information about this serious crime. It's not just a witch hunt

    Borat Monday, 27 May 2019 03:05 PM

    Handling of the whole situation has become a joke . The consequences even at this stage are so grave that we will have to reap what we sow


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