Friday, 5 July 2013
WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE CORRUPT QUANGO ATOS PERSECUTION OF THE DISABLED AND VULNERABLE?
In my quest to protect my own little family from institutional abuse, I am now having to do battle with ATOS, the Government quango that is bullying disabled and sick people all over the UK. That is because my own daughter has been targetted for what I can only describe as a vendetta against her by ATOS, and she has become so stressed that her hair is falling out.
My daughter would very much like to work, she is not lazy and feckless, she is ill and needs help, not bullying.
I know that many people are in exactly the same position as my daughter.
Anyway, in my quest to protect my family, I went to the WHAT DO THEY KNOW Freedom of Information website, to see if I could find any information there that might help me to find out who these shadowy people are who are responsible for this vendetta against my daughter.
I discovered that a What Do They Know volunteer called GANESH SITTAMPALEM is blocking FOI request information about ATOS and also that he is suspending people who are bringing FOI requests about ATOS.
I then discovered that GANISH SITTAMPALEM is the son of the financer DR ARJUNA SITTAMPALEM.
DR ARJUNA SITTAMPALEM is the managing director of Sage and Hermes LTD which was founded in 1994. He is also Editor of the Investment Managing Review which is published by Sage and Hermes LTD in partnership with EDHEC. He is also Research Associate at the EDHEC Risk and Asset Management Research Centre, and a member of the Professional Development Committee of CFA UK.
GANESH SITTAMPALEMS GRANDFATHER WAS CATHIRAVELU SITTAMPALAM.
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Minister of Posts & Telecommunication
Minister of Industries, Industrial Research & Fisheries
George E. de Silva
G. G. Ponnambalam
Member of the Ceylon Parliament
V. A. Alegacone
13 September 1898
3 February 1964 (aged 65)
Jaffna Central College
Royal College, Colombo
University of Cambridge
Cathiravelu Sittampalam (13 September 1898 – 3 February 1964) was a leading Ceylon Tamil politician, Member of Parliament and government minister.
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Early life and family
Sittampalam was born on 13 September 1898. He was the son of A. Cathiravelu, a proctor and member of the Jaffna Local Board. He was educated at Jaffna Central College and Royal College, Colombo. He won may prizes at Royal College including the English Essay Prize, the De Zoysa Science Prize and the Mathematics Prize. Aged 15 he passed the Senior Cambridge with first class honours and distinction in mathematics. After school Sittampalam joined the University of Cambridge on a science scholarship and graduated with a degree in mathematics.
Sittampalam was a member of a distinguished family. His brother C. Ponnambalam and brother-in-law C. Casipillai were Mayors of Jaffna. His uncle A. Canagaratnam was a member of the Legislative Council. His great-uncle V. Casipillai was a crown proctor and one of the founders of Jaffna Hindu College.
Sittampalam married Kamalambikai. They had four daughters (Devalakshmi, Pushpalakshmi, Yogalakshmi, and Mallikalakshmi) and one son (Arjuna).
Sittampalam was called to the Bar from Middle Temple. He joined the civil service in 1923 and served in various positions including Assistant Government Agent and District Judge. He later left the civil service and practised as an advocate.
Sittampalam stood as an independent candidate for Mannar at the 1947 parliamentary election. He won the election and entered Parliament. He was persuaded to join the United National Party government and on 26 September 1947 he was sworn in as Minister of Posts and Telecommunication. He was made Minister of Industries, Industrial Research and Fisheries after George E. de Silva was unseated by an elections petition.
Sittampalam was re-elected to Parliament at the May 1952 parliamentary election. At the 1956 parliamentary election he was defeated by V. A. Alegacone of the Illankai Tamil Arasu Kachchi (Federal Party).
Sittampalam died on 3 February 1964. In February 2004 Sri Lanka Post issued a commemorative stamp of Sittampalam.
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2.^ a b c d e f g h i "Stamp to honour Cathiravelu Sittampalam". Daily News (Sri Lanka). 26 February 2004.
3.^ "C. Sittampalam". Sittampalam Family History.
4.^ "Result of Parliamentary General Election 1947". Department of Elections, Sri Lanka.
5.^ Rajasingham, K. T. "Chapter 12: Tryst with independence". Sri Lanka: The Untold Story.
6.^ a b "First cabinet had only 14 ministers". The Sunday Times (Sri Lanka). 23 September 2007.
7.^ "Result of Parliamentary General Election 1952". Department of Elections, Sri Lanka.
8.^ "Result of Parliamentary General Election 1956". Department of Elections, Sri Lanka.
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