Government Veterinary Surgeons' Association engaged in a protest

Wednesday, 30 January 2013 - 12:57


The members of the Sri Lanka's government Veterinary Surgeons' Association today engaged in a protest at the Lipton circus.


The protest was based on several demands including an amendment to the service constitution according to the 6/2006 circular.


Chief Secretary of the Sri Lanka's government Veterinary Surgeons' Association B. M. M. Ekanayaka had the following to say in this regard.



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