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  The strongman of the yahapalanya regime the other day attended the closing ceremony and the prize giving of the annual Mahaweli Sports- meet. The new Ministerial one in charge of Sports too was present at the ceremony. 


A Ministerial one with no connection whatsoever to the occasion too had turned up at the ceremony. This one despite shouldering the burden of a key portfolio had all along been taking a keen interest in the national cricket chair. And there was a rumour making rounds that he was planning to run for the coveted chair at the election round the corner. However, the new Ministerial one handling Sports had already vowed not to allow any politico to secure the chair of any sports association. 

The new Ministerial one in charge of Sports  had soon divined the  purpose behind his colleague’s coming for the ceremony all the way from Colombo and moved to a seat far away  from where his colleague was seated and had made  it a point not to give him a chance to speak to him in private even after the ceremony! 

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