Health sector issues used to destroy free health service – Comrade Tilvin Silva

The government using issues in the health sector is taking steps to destroy free health services says the General Secretary of the Comrade JVP Tilvin Silva.

Speaking at a media conference held at the head office of the JVP today (2nd) the Comrade Tilvin Silva said, “At present a serious crisis has developed in the health sector. The government has allowed an administrative issue between nurses and family health workers to escalate. The issue first appeared at Kurunegala Hospital, went to Peradeniya Hospital and has now surfaced as a crisis in Ragama Hospital.


JVP distributes leaflets in Qatar

Qatar committee of the JVP carried out a leaflet distribution campaign to apprise the Sri Lankans employed in that country regarding the importance of national unity in Sri Lanka.

Comrades of our party visited several work places where Sri Lankans are employed and places they live and had discussions with them. They apprised Sri Lankans employed in Qatar regarding the communalist tendencies that are spread with state sponsorship and the extremist organizations that have created and are attempting to spread communal violence throughout Sri Lanka. 


Sri Lanka’s challenges discussed in Australia

The Leader of the JVP Comrade Anura Dissanayaka participated in a series of seminars under the theme ‘Future Challenges in Sri Lanka’ while on a visit to Australia.

The seminars were organized in Perth, Melbourne and Brisbane by the JVP committee in Australia on a request by Sri Lankans domiciled in Australia.


JVP meets Socialist Party in Netherlands

A special discussion has been held by the Member of the Political Bureau of the JVP and its National Organizer Comrade Bimal Ratnayaka with the Head of the International Affairs of Socialist Party (Netherlands) and Member of the Netherlands Parliament (Binnenhof) Comrade Harry van Bommel in Netherland Parliament. 


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