The Lanka Teacher Services Union has sent a letter to the IGP demanding that law be enforced against the group including Deputy Minister Palitha Thewarapperuma who entered the Matugama – Meegahatenna Primary School by force and behaved in an illegal manner.
Lanka Teacher Services Union General Secretary Mahinda Jayasinghe told our news team that if the police did not implement the law against the Deputy Minister, the union would take stringent action in the future.
Deputy Minister Palitha Thevarapperuma also undertook a fast recently in protest against the non- admission of 10 children for grade one at the Meegahatenna Primary School.
Similarly the Teacher Services Union had charged that a group including the Deputy Minister entered the Meegahatenna Primary School by force last Thursday and threatened the Principal.
However the Deputy Minister is still receiving treatment at the hospital.