In this Episode of India’s World spotlights on the liquid political circumstance of Sri Lanka. An all-party meeting called by Sri Lanka’s President Maithripala Sirisena neglected to make any leap forward on Sunday to end the seething political emergency set off by his disputable choice to evacuate Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe a month ago. The emergency talks came after Sri Lanka’s parliament saw phenomenal savagery as administrators tossed furniture and bean stew powder at one another. The administrators on Friday endorsed a second vote of no certainty against Rajapaksa yet Sirisena declined to acknowledge it, saying his recommendation was not pursued. Sirisena on Sunday assembled an all-party conference which finished without making leap forward. This was the first occasion when that Sirisena, Wickremsinghe and Rajapaksa met eye to eye since the emergency emitted. Wickremesinghe has kept up that his sacking by Sirisena was unlawful and illicit and he was as yet the executive of SriLanka.