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Sterilisation case against Dr. Siyabdeen Mohamed Safi Number of complaints soars to 377


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By Pushpakumara Jayarathne and Kanchana Kumara Ariyadasa 

number of complaints received by the Kurunegala and Dambulla  Hospitals against Dr. Siyabdeen Mohamed Safi who is alleged to have engaged in sterilisation surgeries has reached 377 as at yesterday, the spokespersons of both hospitals revealed. 



Kurunegala Hospital received 99 complaints while Dambulla Hospital received 42 yesterday 


While the Kurunegala Hospital has received 99 complaints yesterday, the Dambulla  Hospital has received 42. 

The mothers who lodged the complaints are residents in Narammala, Kuliyapitiya, Gokarella, Polgahawela, Wellawa, Polpithigama, Barandana, Katupitiya, Mawathagama, Dambulla, Sigiriya and Galewela.   

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