The Government Medical Officers Association says that information they have submitted the commission of inquiry into allegations of bribery or corruption related to alleged serious malpractices occurred in the ministry of Health and committed by the former minister Rajitha Senarathna and others is based on formal documents. Secretary the GMOA Dr.Haritha Aluthge said that these documents included auditor general’s reports, reports of the National Procurement Commission, reports of the internal audit unit of the Health Ministry and summery of evidence given before the residential commission. He also said that they have made complains to 11 places about alleged corruption and malpractices occurred in importing of medicines to hospital but, no formal investigations were conducted. Dr.Aluthge after giving a special statement to the commission of inquiry into allegations of bribery or corruption, addressing the media said that the GMOA expects that the commission will initiate a formal investigation into these allegations.
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