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Amidst the tension, Maldives summoned the Indian Ambassador, know what he said about India?

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Maldives summoned Indian ambassador

India Maldives: Maldives government sacked three of its ministers after giving statements against PM Narendra Modi. In this matter, India expressed its protest by summoning the High Commissioner of Maldives in New Delhi. In return, Maldives also summoned the Indian High Commissioner to the capital Male. Know what Maldives called the Indian High Commissioner about India?

Ministers’ statements do not reflect Maldives’ stance

The Maldives government on Monday informed Indian High Commissioner Munu Muhavar that the derogatory statements made by its three suspended deputy ministers against Prime Minister Narendra Modi do not reflect the government’s stand. The Indian High Commission said on social media platform

Maldives supports its neighbors

According to the news of ‘The Sun Online’, a top Maldivian government official said that in the meeting Naseer made it clear that the statements of the deputy ministers do not reflect the position of the Maldivian government. He reiterated Maldives’ continued support for its neighbours. The Maldives Foreign Ministry said the government is aware of “derogatory statements” on social media platforms against foreign leaders and that these personal opinions do not reflect its position.

India had summoned the High Commissioner of Maldives

Earlier on Monday, India summoned Maldivian Ambassador Ibrahim Sahib and expressed concern over the statements posted on social media by some Maldivian ministers against the Prime Minister. Maldives’ three deputy ministers – Malsha Sharif, Mariam Shiuna and Abdulla Mahzoom Majeed – criticized Prime Minister Modi on ‘X’ after his visit to Lakshadweep, alleging that New Delhi is trying to project the Union Territory as an alternative tourist destination to Maldives. Trying to do. All three were suspended on Sunday after a controversy broke out on social media in India. Official sources in New Delhi said the Indian High Commission in Male on Sunday took up the matter strongly with the Maldivian Foreign Ministry.

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