Selective appointments

[TamilNet, Saturday, 25 July 1998, 23:59 GMT]
Leader of the Ceylon Workers Congress (CWC) Mr. S.Thondaman will meet the Indian Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee on July 30 at 09.15, during his visit to Colombo to attend the SAARC summit, said CWC sources today.

The sources said that the Indian Embassy in Colombo has informed the CWC that time has been allocated for a private meeting between Prime Minister Vajpayee and the CWC leader.

Meanwhile other Tamil parties who have asked for a private meeting with the Indian premier are not expected to get appointments said sources in Colombo.

Tamil parties have been invited for a tea-party on July 30 at the Indian House where the prime minister Vajpayee will participate, and Tamil party representatives may get a chance to meet the Prime Minister during this tea party, said sources.

The leader of the main opposition party, the United National Party (UNP) Mr. Ranil Wikremasinghe will also meet the Indian Prime Minister later on the same day, said sources in Colombo.


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