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India-Maldives Relations: Maldives in trouble, three ministers who made objectionable statements on PM Modi removed

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India-Maldives Relations: Maldives in trouble, three ministers who made objectionable statements on PM Modi removed

Maldives Vs Lakshadweep: Maldives is on the backfoot after the objectionable statements of ministers on PM Modi and India. Maldives government has taken action against 3 ministers in this matter. Ministers Maryam Shuja, Malsha and Hasan Jishan, who made objectionable statements against PM Modi, have been removed from their posts.

Narendra Modi: Maldives is on the back foot after the objectionable statements of ministers on PM Modi and India. Maldives government has taken action against 3 ministers in this matter. Ministers Maryam Shuja, Malsha and Hasan Jishan, who made objectionable statements against PM Modi, have been removed from their posts. Shiuna was the Minister of Art, Youth, Information and Youth Empowerment in the Government of Maldives. He had given objectionable statement after PM Modi’s visit to Lakshadweep.

Apart from this, two other ministers of Maldives government also used abusive language. Now he too has had to lose his post. Actually, Maldives is seeing PM Modi’s visit to Lakshadweep as a threat to its tourism sector. When PM Modi went to Lakshadweep on January 2, he praised this beautiful place.

It is noteworthy that every year lakhs of Indian tourists go to Maldives for holidays. But after PM’s visit, suddenly people started searching Lakshadweep on Google search. Seeing this, Maldives got angry and its leaders started making objectionable statements.

India had raised the issue strongly

But after this, India showed a tough stance and raised the objectionable statements of the ministers with the Maldives government. The Maldives government distanced itself from Minister Shiuna’s statement, calling it a personal statement. In its statement, the Maldivian government said, ‘We are aware of derogatory comments on social media platforms against foreign leaders and high officials. These opinions are personal and do not represent the views of the Government of Maldives. Moreover, the concerned authorities of the government will not hesitate to take action against those making such derogatory remarks.

Former Maldives President Mohammed Nasheed and Maldives Reform Movement President Faris had also demanded the government to take action on the objectionable statements. After this, the pressure on the Maldives government to take action increased.

Anti-Maldives trend seen on social media

After the objectionable statements of Maldivian ministers, Boycott Maldives started trending on social media and people even shared pictures of their canceled tickets on social media. Not only this, Indian film stars also condemned the attitude of Maldivian ministers and wrote heartfelt praises for Lakshadweep.

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