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Green Em Pees tight-lipped

Green Em Pees of the Ra-Blue and Reformists camps have reached an understanding - not to wash dirty linen in public. They will speak on any subject sans the internal power struggle in the Elephant. Hence, all Green Em Pees are tight-lipped these days.

Saa-jeet goes all out

Sa-jeet, the Love-Slave has still not abandoned his dream of becoming the party leader. "My father got it in a strategic manner as JR feared Jay Vee Pee terror at that time. But it seems that I would have to work the same way - how they got rid of Wijeweera," he told Raw-See, the ageing beauty.

Kind-Leader saves Doc Jay Jay

Only 13 people turned up when Doc Jay Jay walked in to assume office as the new JSS head of the Elephant party. A dejected Doc Jay Jay sent an SOS call to Sun Kind-Leader who promptly despatched a team of 55 supporters to save the Ja-ela doctor from embarrassment.

Soo-me appeases funding agents

Soo-me, the One-sa commended his trade union chief Wana-Sanna for the Katunayake incident. "The news has reached our supporters in Japan and Italy as well. This is very important because they are the people who are funding us," Soo-me said.

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