Kind-Leader shuts them out
Sun Kind-Leader is all out to stop popular figures from the Elephant
party coming to Colombo to contest the polls. Having thwarted a move to
bring celluloid hero One Shot as their chief ministerial candidate for
the West, he conveniently ignored nominations for ex-cricket captain
Hah-Shaan Tillaka-Gem. Disheartened Hah-Shaan was not willing to contest
but Sun, as the district leader, didn't have the elementary courtesy to
even inquire whether the ex-captain was seeking re-election.
My-Three turns traitor
The Centre that is American held a seminar recently on the pretext of
empowering women but their agenda was to conspire against Sri Lanka on
the eve of the Geneva sessions. Two university dons, including Ra-Blue's
better half My-Three, provided false info to the lady from Uncle Sam's
Greens join Bell Boys to oust Op leader
Anura Prince and a few Bell Party seniors loyal to the new leader,
are having closed door discussions to oust Ra-Blue from the Op leader's
post. Knowing only too well that it would be difficult to eject Ra-Blue
from the Green leadership, the Green rebels are now roaring to join the
Bell Boys to oust Ra-Blue and bring Anura Prince as the Op leader.
Raw-see takes on Nadee-Shaa
Raw-See, the ageing beauty fears that she would lose her popularity
in the party to Nadee-Shaa Hema-Lee, who is contesting the PC polls in
Matara. Raw-See has now deployed Gingerly-tha to confront Nadee-Shaa so
that she would have a tough time in campaigning in the South.