The second batch of Indian soldiers will leave from Maldives this month.

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  • Tension has been going on between India and Maldives for some time.
  • Maldives President Mohammed Muizzu gave a statement
  • Withdrawal of Indian troops will be completed by May 10

Due to the dispute between Maldives and India, the strained relations between the two countries still remain bitter. Meanwhile, Maldivian President Mohammad Muizzu has once again given a statement on Wednesday regarding the presence of Indian soldiers in Maldives. He has said that the second batch of Indian soldiers present in his country will be sent back this month. He once again reiterated that the process of repatriation of all Indian soldiers will be completed by May 10. Muizzu’s statement comes three weeks after the withdrawal of Indian troops from Maldives.

Let us tell you that earlier, out of 88 Indian soldiers operating two helicopters and one Dornier aircraft in Maldives, 25 had left Maldives before the scheduled date of March 10. They were replaced by an Indian civic party. Operating two helicopters and one Dornier aircraft, Maldivian personnel provided humanitarian and medical evacuation services to the archipelago nation.

Local media reports in Maldives said that Muizzu made this statement during a meeting. Meanwhile, he also reiterated his commitment to maintain the independence of Maldives. He stressed that his government is dedicated to fulfilling its promises. Giving detailed information, Muizzu said that under the agreement between the two countries, the process of sending back Indian soldiers is already going on. He further said that the second batch of soldiers will be sent back within this month and the remaining third batch will be sent back by May 10.

Indian Army will not wear any kind of clothes

This is not the first time that Muizzu has given a statement regarding sending back Indian soldiers. Last month also he had said, ‘After May 10, no Indian soldier will be present in the country. Neither in civilian clothes nor in military uniform. Indian Army will not stay in this country wearing any kind of clothes. I say this with confidence.

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