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India voices concern over Maldives developments

India voices concern over Maldives developments
February 23
19:41 2015

New Delhi, Feb 23 India Monday voiced concern over the recent developments in the Maldives, including the “arrest and manhandling” of former president Mohammed Nasheed.

Nasheed was arrested Sunday and charged under an anti-terrorism law.

India also urged all concerned to resolve their differences “within the constitutional and legal framework of Maldives”.

External affairs ministry spokesperson Syed Akbaruddin tweeted: “We urge all concerned to calm the situation and resolve their differences within the constitutional and legal framework of Maldives.”

“India reiterates its commitment to supporting people & Government of Maldives in their quest for peace, development, prosperity & democracy.”

Police in the Maldives dragged Nasheed into a court Monday, which ordered his detention throughout his trial over a decision to arrest a senior judge three years ago.

He was dragged into the courtroom after he resisted police attempts to stop him from speaking to journalists gathered outside.

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