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‘Choose wisely’: Sanath Jayasuriya’s enchantment to MPs on eve of Prez polls | World News


On the eve of presidential elections in Sri Lanka, previous cricketer Sanath Jayasuriya on Tuesday appealed to 225 persons – the customers of the island nation’s Parliament – to opt for correctly, as the country’s destiny rested in their palms.

“Tomorrow is a very important working day. Tomorrow 225 persons determine the destiny of 22 million. Select correctly. Buddhusaranai, Godbless, Mashalla!” Jayasuriya wrote on Twitter.

The fifty three-calendar year-previous previous allrounder has been a vocal critic of the ousted Gotabaya Rajapaksa routine and is amid many previous Sri Lanka cricketers who participated in people’s protest in opposition to the erstwhile dispensation.

In the meantime, also on Tuesday, opposition chief Sajith Premadasa, who, previously currently, dropped out of the presidential race for the ‘greater fantastic of my country’, appealed to India to hold supporting its neighbouring region, irrespective of who gets the island’s ninth President and the successor to Gotabaya Rajapaksa.

“It is my humble and earnest ask for to Hon. PM Shri @narendramodi, to all the political get-togethers of India and to the persons of India to hold supporting mom Lanka and it is persons to appear out of this catastrophe,” Premadasa tweeted.

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With Premadasa withdrawing his candidature, 3 candidates will be in the fray for Wednesday’s polls: Primary Minister and interim President Ranil Wickremesinghe, Dullas Alahapperuma, and Anura Dissanayake.

File 6-time leading Wickremesinghe took above as interim President previous 7 days soon after Gotabaya Rajapaksa, squarely blamed for Sri Lanka’s ongoing financial disaster – its worst given that independence in 1948 – fled to Maldives, and then to Singapore, which is thought to be his latest place, even though not the ultimate spot.

On the other hand, Rajapaksa emailed his resignation letter to the Speaker of the Parliament only soon after arriving in Singapore.


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