Cat out of the bag?

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This one made it to Diyawanna from the hills and now he is a bearer of an important office. 


There was bereavement in his family recently.  And many government bigwigs attended the funeral.
A group of Diyawanna members including some purohitas in yahapalanaya who visited the funeral house the night before the day of the obsequies had a drink too many before they were drawn into an animated political discussion. 

One of them during the discussion said: “We accepted portfolios on the advice of our former boss. He asked us to hold them until he gives the signal to quit…”

Several other purohitas present had nodded, but observed a discreet silence, they say.

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