Sunday Politics with Rasika Jayakody
Emerging clues of Thajudeen, Lasantha killings:
UNF plans a grand ‘national Govt’
Wasim Thajudeen, a prominent rugby player, who is
believed to have been assassinated, has begun to haunt former
President Mahinda Rajapaksa’s election campaign. Although Rajapaksa
or his family members have not been mentioned as suspects in the
case so far, fingers have already been directed at the previous
regime over the murder of the rugby player.
Behind Closed Doors
The Thajudeen factor, forked tongues and the ‘Master Blaster’
The ‘Master Blaster’ of the deep South is
ready to extend his support to the UNP officially. The world famous
‘blaster’ resigned from electoral politics soon after the
announcement of Parliamentary elections and a few days later his
mother publicly extended her support to the UNP campaign.
Mercy Me! Elections are around the corner!
And this cat is rearing to get to that corner!
Just one week and one day more for going early in the morning to
cast the precious vote; gather some interesting things to munch on
all night long; sleep long in the afternoon to keep awake that
night, and have the cell phone fully charged to call
co-result-watchers through the wee hours.