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Healthcare services at all government hospitals came to a standstill today as a result of an 8-hour token strike launched by medical doctors demanding that the duty-free vehicle permits be restored.  Pix by Pradeep  Pathirana

Video by Sanjeewa

Strike at Colombo National Hospital

Strike at Badulla Hospital Pix by Prasad Rukmal

Strike at Ampara Hospital

Strike at Jaffna Hospital Pix by Romesh Madushanka


  Comments - 7

  • Ajja Thursday, 03 December 2015 02:22 PM

    Hena Gahapiya......

    Govinda Thursday, 03 December 2015 02:27 PM

    The strike will call off at 4 pm, after that Doctors will be back at Private Hospitals to fill their pockets. Patients at risk until 4 pm.

    smith Thursday, 03 December 2015 02:42 PM

    very true, they earn lacks per day and fighting for a mere permit, what a shame

    pro Thursday, 03 December 2015 03:03 PM

    Dr a kindly continue your strike, hopefully all the cursing and bad karma that you collect will send you to hell for ever.

    nujra Thursday, 03 December 2015 04:05 PM

    Car permits more valuable than human lives..... Doctors Without hearts. Local equivalent to " Doctors without Borders."

    simon Thursday, 03 December 2015 04:07 PM

    Doctors are more concerned about their vehicles than human which they are supposed to serve.

    SIRIBIRIS Thursday, 03 December 2015 05:11 PM


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