Sam cautions Retired Big Lady
Wedding Sam has cautioned the Retired Big Lady that her plans to
revert to politics would be a costly exercise. "Madam, the political
atmosphere has not changed even a bit and despite all our campaigns, the
masses still support the Rajapaksas. That is the truth whether we like
it or not," he said. But the Retired Big Lady did not favour the advice.
"What do you know, men, our people still request me to make a comeback"
she said. "Show me at least even one of them," Sam replied.
Reformists isolate Ra-Blue
Ra-Blue and his confidants had to eat humble pie as their no
confidence motion against Dee-Lun was defeated by a majority of 102
votes at the House of Diyawanna. Ra-Blue little realised that all
Reformist Em Pees had avoided taking part in the debate. Saa-Jeet,
Kind-Siri, Sena-Lion and Raw-C didn't utter a word at the debate, thus
isolating Ra-Blue and his ageing men.
Sanga-Ree takes on Some-Pun-Done
Some-Pun-Done, the Tiger puppet will soon lose his grip in the
Tea-En-Ae as Sanga-Ree that is Ananda is roaring to take him head on
over the party's registration. Sanga-Ree is adamant that the party
should be registered before the Northern polls so that Some-Pun-Done
will have to share power with the other four parties in the coalition.
Bell Boys beg at Sirikotha
The shameless Bell Boys are without a slogan. Hence, they decided to
enter into a partnership with a sinking ship and went all the way to
Kotha that is Siri to hold discussions with the Greens for a joint
protest. "It is good if we join together so that we don't expose our
limited crowds," Ra-Blue said. However, some senior Bell Boys had
opposed Soo-me, the One-sa's move, saying that it's the Elephant Party
that killed their seniors in 1988/89.