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Agriculture Ministry says that 1,092 heads of cattle and goats have died due to the shock of prevailing cold weather, in the Northern and Eastern provinces reports Hirunews.lk.
According to the statistics by the Department of Animal Production and Health, 358 cattle and 191 goats have died in the Northern Province, while 444 cattle, 34 buffaloes and 65 goats have died in the Eastern Province.
The transportation of beef and mutton at district and provincial level has been suspended with immediate effect.
President Ranil Wickremesinghe has ordered to suspend the transportation of beef and mutton at district and provincial level with immediate effect in order to safeguard public health considering the sudden death of cattle, buffalos and goats in the Northern and Eastern Provinces.
The President has also instructed the relevant district officers and the Police to act responsibly in this regard.
University Grants Commission UGC Chairman Senior Professor Sampath Amaratunga says that registration of students selected for university degree courses based on the results of the Advanced Level Examination 2021 held in 2022 will start from next week. More details can be get via UGC websitehttps://ugc.ac.lk/.
The chairman further says that students selected for the degree courses in the universities were informed to register through text messages and e-mails. Steps will be taken to re-admit the students to the vacant courses after the students have registered for each course.
Department of Motor Traffic, Vehicular Emission Test Trust Fund, requests the public to send spotter photographs of heavy smoky vehicle on the road, mentioning the vehicle registration number, time and location via WhatsApp or Viber 0703500525.
You can become a voluntary smoky vehicle spotter if you see any heavy smoky vehicle on the road. Please take a picture with vehicle number and send to VET Program via WhatsApp or Viber 0703500525 told Nanda Lal Senaratne Environment Development Officer at Ministry of Environment during a training program on “Eco Journalism” for journalists at Sri Lanka Press Institute (SLPI).
Vehicle Emission Testing Program will take action against vehicle owners.
Also public can send through Facebook message, email firstname.lastname@example.org , or inform VET through Hot Line: 0113100152, Tel/Fax: 0112669915 (VET office at DMT). You can also inform through Web site http://vet.lk/contact.html
Not only smoked vehicles but also public can raise any complain regarding the misconducts of emission centers via above contact details.