Friday, 14 February 2020 - 14:19

28 Trade Unions of the Teachers – Principals Services are engaged jointly in a protest opposite the Presidential Secretariat.

Subsequent to carrying out a protest opposite the Fort Railway Station this morning, this group marched to the President’s office.

They are engaged in a protest thus based on several demands including removal of salary anomalies of the Teachers – Principals Services and until a circular is issued that will grant them interim allowances that were agreed to. As a result the Galle Face Road opposite the Presidential Secretariat has been obstructed.

Meanwhile, some other Trade Unions also engaged in protests today near the President’s Office.

Our Hiru Correspondent on the spot said that anyhow, some representatives of the retired war heroes association have by now gone to the President’s office for a discussion.

At the same time, the Archaeological Employees Union which was engaged in a protest as well, ended it subsequent to a discussion with the President’s Private Secretary Sugeeshwara Bandara.

JVP rejects Hakeem’s proposal
Monday, 24 February 2020 - 13:00

The JVP states that their party does not have a need to form an alliance with the Muslim Congress for the next general election.The Member of the Political... Read More

Summons issued for the 4th time on former Navy Commander Karannagoda
Monday, 24 February 2020 - 13:01

The Colombo Permanent High Court at Bar issued  summons on Admiral of the Fleet Wasantha Karannagoda.The summons was issued through the Defence Secretary... Read More

Government analyst writes to the court about Ranjan’s voice.
Monday, 24 February 2020 - 13:02

The government Analyst has informed the Nugegoda Magistrate Court that the final report on the voice test of MP Ranjan Ramanayake could be collected.A... Read More