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Government of Sri Lanka introduces ‘Suwa Seriya’ on Tata Winger.

July 29, 2016

Sri Lanka’s first fully fledged free pre-hospital care ambulance service called ‘Suwa Seriya’, the healing vehicle was launched on 28th July 2016 – based on Tata Winger platform, at a mega event held at Galle Face Green, Colombo. Prime Minister of Sri Lanka Hon. Ranil Wickremesinghe, Minister of Health, Nutrition and Indigenous Medicine Hon Rajitha Senarathne, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Hon Harsha De Silva and various senior dignitaries from the Government of Sri Lanka, High Commissioner of India to Sri Lanka, His Excellency Y K Sinha and government officials attended the event.

With the project being implemented in phases, the first lot of 88 Tata Winger ambulances were deployed today, with assistance from Indian Government and GVK EMRI. Si

Sri Lanka’s first fully fledged free pre-hospital care ambulance service called ‘Suwa Seriya’, the healing vehicle was launched on 28th July 2016 – based on Tata Winger platform, at a mega event held at Galle Face Green, Colombo. Prime Minister of Sri Lanka Hon. Ranil Wickremesinghe, Minister of Health, Nutrition and Indigenous Medicine Hon Rajitha Senarathne, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Hon Harsha De Silva and various senior dignitaries from the Government of Sri Lanka, High Commissioner of India to Sri Lanka, His Excellency Y K Sinha and government officials attended the event.

With the project being implemented in phases, the first lot of 88 Tata Winger ambulances were deployed today, with assistance from Indian Government and GVK EMRI. Six hundred Sri Lankan medical service personnel have been trained to effectively utilize the state-of-the art medical equipment of these ambulances. Initially project will deploy in Southern and western provinces. Ambulance service can be obtained by simply dialing toll free no “1990” on any network in Sri Lanka.

Mr Ranjith Pandithage, Mr Gahanath Pandithage, Mr Vijitha Bandara, Mr Nalinda Kurukulasooriya, Mr Navin Seneviratne, Mr Sampath Kumarasinghe, Mr Prasanna Mapatunagamage, Mr Shanaka Gamage represented DIMO at the event while Mr Rudrarub Maitra (Head of International Business – CV & IB), Mr Satish Machiraju (Regional Sales Manager – SAARC), Mr Madhu Singh (Country Manager), Mr Rahul Nazareth, Mr Anubhav Bali, Mr Abhijeet Das represented Tata Motors Limited at the event.

x hundred Sri Lankan medical service personnel have been trained to effectively utilize the state-of-the art medical equipment of these ambulances. Initially project will deploy in Southern and western provinces. Ambulance service can be obtained by simply dialing toll free no “1990” on any network in Sri Lanka.

Mr Ranjith Pandithage, Mr Gahanath Pandithage, Mr Vijitha Bandara, Mr Nalinda Kurukulasooriya, Mr Navin Seneviratne, Mr Sampath Kumarasinghe, Mr Prasanna Mapatunagamage, Mr Shanaka Gamage represented DIMO at the event while Mr Rudrarub Maitra (Head of International Business – CV & IB), Mr Satish Machiraju (Regional Sales Manager – SAARC), Mr Madhu Singh (Country Manager), Mr Rahul Nazareth, Mr Anubhav Bali, Mr Abhijeet Das represented Tata Motors Limited at the

event.