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SAITM abolished! -- Deputy Minister Harsha says fast unto death waived ... victorious commemorations this afternoon Chairman of committee appointed to look into SAITM, Deputy Minister Dr. Harsha de Silva mentioned in parliament yesterday that Malabe SAITM private university was abolished and that students would not be enrolled further for it. It was stated that these decisions would be launched by December 31st and that action will be taken in connection with medical students who are presently undergoing studies there according to the University Grants Commission Council Act. The Deputy Minister stated this after a discussion with parents of medical students who at present are engaged in a fast. Accordingly, parents who have even written their last will and started the fasy have subsequently brought the fast to a halt. The Deputy Minister has given his consent a week before this during the period when it was stated that SAITM would be made a standardized institution with fees being paid in installments where he said that it was the President's final decision and at a time when partial consent to it was given by medical officers. In the process parents who relied on the decision of the Deputy Minister gave up their fast and have taken measures to hold a victorious rally for having ended the fast which operated continuously. The rally was held today from 9 - 12 in the afternoon in Fort. This is how Deputy Minister Harsha de Silva announced his decision in parliament:  


 SAITM abolished! -- Deputy Minister Harsha says           fast unto death waived ... victorious commemorations this afternoon   Chairman of committee appointed to look into SAITM, Deputy Minister Dr. Harsha de Silva mentioned in parliament yesterday that Malabe SAITM private university was abolished and that students would not be enrolled further for it. It was stated that these decisions would be launched by December 31st and that action will be taken in connection with medical students who are presently undergoing studies there according to the University Grants Commission Council Act.   The Deputy Minister stated this after a discussion with parents of medical students who at present are engaged in a fast. Accordingly, parents who have even written their last will and started the fasy have subsequently brought the fast to a halt. The Deputy Minister has given his consent a week before this during the period when it was stated that SAITM would be made a standardized institution with fees being paid in installments where he said that it was the President's final decision and at a time when partial consent to it was given by medical officers.   In the process parents who relied on the decision of the Deputy Minister gave up their fast and have taken measures to hold a victorious rally for having ended the fast which operated continuously. The rally was held today from 9 - 12 in the afternoon in Fort. This is how Deputy Minister Harsha de Silva announced his decision in parliament:
SAITM abolished! -- Deputy Minister Harsha says
fast unto death waived ... victorious commemorations this afternoon 

Chairman of committee appointed to look into SAITM, Deputy Minister Dr. Harsha de Silva mentioned in parliament yesterday that Malabe SAITM private university was abolished and that students would not be enrolled further for it. It was stated that these decisions would be launched by
December 31st and that action will be taken in connection with medical students who are presently undergoing studies there according to the University Grants Commission Council Act. 

The Deputy Minister stated this after a discussion with parents of medical students who at present are engaged in a fast. Accordingly, parents who have even written their last will and started the fasy have subsequently brought the fast to a halt. The Deputy Minister has given his consent a week before this during the period when it was stated that SAITM would be made a standardized institution with fees being paid in installments where he said that it was the President's final decision and at a time when partial consent to it was given by medical officers. 

In the process parents who relied on the decision of the Deputy Minister gave up their fast and have taken measures to hold a victorious rally for having ended the fast which operated continuously. The rally was held today from 9 - 12 in the afternoon in Fort. This is how Deputy Minister Harsha de Silva announced his decision in parliament:



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