Convey decision to court: GMOA tells Govt.

2017-11-13 18:25:10

Though the government has said that SAITM’s medical faculty will be abolished, it has not yet conveyed its decision to Court, the Government Medical Officers’ Association (GMOA) said today.

GMOA Secretary Haritha Aluthge said the crisis would worsen if the government failed to inform court about its stance on this matter.

“If the decision is not conveyed, it might make an impact the court verdict on the case filed by a SAITM graduate requesting the Sri Lanka Medical Council (SLMC) to provisionally register her,” he said. (Thilanka Kanakarathna)

  Comments - 5

  • Vernon Monday, 13 November 2017 20:09

    You or anyone cannot be impacting or manipulating the verdict of the supreme court, as they are supreme and independent. Crisis was what was created by you, and fueled by opportunists and not by the people of Sri Lanka.

    Reply : 1       11

    Bala Monday, 13 November 2017 20:12

    Courts should be independent - not be guided by govt or other vested interests.

    Reply : 1       7

    Shan Monday, 13 November 2017 22:03

    Wait, your days are numbered, you are next on 'contempt of court'

    Reply : 1       7

    Dhammika Tuesday, 14 November 2017 10:17

    Done , Now happy ! .

    Reply : 0       1

    ralahamy Wednesday, 15 November 2017 07:15

    These doctors who studied from Public funds, who fleece the public with private practice are doing everything other than treating the patients. Primarily they are paid a salary from Public money to treat patients and not to give instructions to Governments and Ministers.

    Reply : 0       1

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