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Saturday, January 26, 2013

Law Faculty Student's Hand Amputated

Hand for Achala, Justice for Negligence!
අචලාගේ අහිමි වූ වම් අත නැවත ලබා ගැනීම සඳහා අපිත් පුංචි හෝ දායකත්වයක් ලබා දෙමු ....

Doctors of Colombo General Hospital had reportedly amputated the hand of Achala Priyadarshani (24) a Law Faculty final year student who had sustained injuries after falling down a flight of stairs at her house at Urubokka,Matara.
The law student,Achala Priyadarshani was admitted to the Matara Hospital with fracture injuries, following the accident at her home, and later transferred to the Colombo National Hospital, where her hand was amputated.The university student is left-handed and therefore even writes using her left hand.
Meanwhile, Health Ministry has appointed a special to committee to look into the incident.
Health Minister Maithripala Sirisena has instructed the Secretary to the Health Ministry, Dr. Nihal Jayathilake to conduct an immediate inquiry into the incident.
Therefore the Health Secretary has appointed a special committee comprising Deputy Director General of Medical Services Dr. Ananda Gunasekera and specialist surgeons and also instructed them to submit a report, the Ministry of Health said.

Related News - Lose Hand Due to Doctors Negligence


  1. I dont beleive there would be any justic for you,,, from this so called commitee appointed.. feel soo bad for your lose.. like you many people have been mishaped by our doctors who consider them self next to god....

    there shouuld be a clear explanation for thie particulr action.. and i dont see if there is a delay in identifying what went wrong... the said doctor or doctors license should be cancelled or they should be demoted from their ranks, to avoide such things to happen to another fellow human being

  2. This article is trully well-written


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