Sri Lanka`s Angry President raps Health Ministry

  • 17 Nov 2008 03:55:20 GMT

    [An angry president directed Health Minister Nimal Siripala de Silva ]

    [..the minister in turn had contacted the Director General of Health Services, Dr. Ajith Mendis]

    Ajith Mendis must have contacted some other and this `contacting` would have gone down the line. Wonder if the specialists are at A`pura.

    This is a typical, `Kolla ballata kiyanawa, balla balu nakutata kiyanawa`!

  • 17 Nov 2008 04:27:27 GMT

    Get the Specialist in to custody along with the director, who ever who opposes, get them too, and send a letter to theier universities asking to remove their names or black list thier names so they cannot move out of the country. these Greedy doctors got the free education and now showing thier back to the nation.

  • 17 Nov 2008 05:36:08 GMT

    [It is pathetic some of the Sri Lankans do not give the war heroes due respect.]

    That is Sri Lanka.

    Just imagine the case of a ordinary patient!?!?!?!

  • 17 Nov 2008 05:37:59 GMT

    [Get the Specialist in to custody along with the director, who ever who opposes, get them too]

    Lanka Puthe,

    It can`t be done that easily. Don`t talk emotionally. Suggest some practical solution!

  • 17 Nov 2008 07:46:48 GMT

    Mahadev,

    Agree, but when we try to climb to the Sky, we at least will end up in a tree top. As civilians in SL, if we fight for the five star, three course mean, at least a `Pan vati` will be in our plates.

    But promoting their names in the Medical council as non ethical practioners might be a practical solution. Don`t ya think .. ?

  • 17 Nov 2008 08:51:44 GMT

    [promoting their names in the Medical council as non ethical practioners might be a practical solution.]

    I doubt.

    Already, medical service is ammounced as essential service. Still Doctors sna nurses jump to the street and strike when any regulation brought by the government or any protest come from Public.

    There are many sexual harrassment complaints against some doctors. Still they survice. How???

    I know one person practiced as doctor for many years without proper registration with Medical Council!

  • 17 Nov 2008 09:12:19 GMT

    Mahadev,

    When you are trying to go away from SL, the other Medical council inquire about your practice hear, that is where they should squeeze them. If you can`t practice according to the ethics, you canot fly, that is the message that it should go out. Since indivduals are effected, later the mass strikes may not happen.

  • 17 Nov 2008 09:52:37 GMT

    [When you are trying to go away from SL, the other Medical council inquire about your practice hear, that is where they should squeeze them.]

    According to your explanation, it would affect af they go abroad and try to work there. Isn`t it???

    But, they can survive here longer! Am I wrong???

  • 17 Nov 2008 10:57:14 GMT

    [An angry president directed Health Minister Nimal Siripala de Silva to rush medical specialists, after the army complained about the absence of prompt medical attention for want of medical specialists]

    If the A`Pura hospital did not have a surgeon then something seriously wrong with the Health Ministry. Minister Silva aka Sawkyapala should be taken to task. Who knows the President may have used all his stock of extensive kunuharappu on the Minister. We all know how thick skinned the Minister is.

  • 17 Nov 2008 11:03:21 GMT

    Every Government Medical Officers should interfere this kind of situation and get involved. immaterial their nationalty. Saving a life is the biggest commitment we can share in our life.If someone who denys it.......I have no words.