The Attorney General’s Department has filed the proposed ‘final solution’ of the Government with regard to SAITM by a motion in the Supreme Court on Monday (13), contrary to the accusation of the GMOA, Deputy Minister Dr. Harsha De Silva said.
Responding to the accusations of the GMOA that the government had failed to convey its final decision on SAITM to the Courts, he said the Government had kept its word.
In a Facebook post, Dr. Harsha De Silva, who is also the Head of the Presidential Committee on SAITM said he was informed by AG Department that ASG Rajaratnam filed the proposed ‘final solution’ of the Government by motion in the Supreme Court yesterday.
“It is unfortunate that the GMOA has accused the Government of not informing Court of the same, as per a report filed in the Daily Mirror online website. My Committee and I are determined to have this matter resolved by December 31, 2017 as instructed by the President and the Prime Minister,” he said.
Banda Tuesday, 14 November 2017 00:38
We believe in you. Not the GMOA which behaves like thugs
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Ram Tuesday, 14 November 2017 01:40
Let the SC outline the guidelines and rules for private medical colleges after hearing the submissions of parties before court. If the PMC issue slips this time it will be hard to fulfill this necessity in the future. I beg of the SC to rule as Obiter Dictum their views on the matter
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Aruna Tuesday, 14 November 2017 16:46
In court cases, medical reports are submitted to courts and court takes the final decision.
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sunil vijaya Tuesday, 14 November 2017 01:51
few years ago we proposed this guy should lead the unp and become the head of state one day.
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cheers Tuesday, 14 November 2017 04:09
which govt do you belong to
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citizen Tuesday, 14 November 2017 09:27
"Though the cause of evil prosper, Yet tis truth alone is strong, Though her portion be the scaffold, And upon the throne be wrong, Yet that scaffold sways the future, And behind the dim unknown, Standeth ONE......"
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Peter Tuesday, 14 November 2017 11:23
I am not blaming GMOA, why even earlier time, health ministry and ministry of higher education deliberately absconding from the court to give SAITM opportunity to win the case so to answer their members when GMOA work with politicians they work with extra precaution
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malij Tuesday, 14 November 2017 14:20
Ultimately, this whole unsavory episode could be summed up as "Gahapu berekuth ne, bere paluwakuth ne" as they say in our villages. Only the poor patients, the pedestrians and the tax payers had suffered.
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ceylon Tuesday, 14 November 2017 15:06
this silva is same like other famous silvassarath silvamervin silvasiripala silva.where is that wordstolen trillions bring back to lanka . via DM Android App
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