Not India, China and Pakistan are ‘close’ of Maldives

According to the Hindustan Times, Maldivian President Abdullah Yameen has described China, Pakistan and Saudi Arabia as ‘Allies’.

Along with this, the Maldives has also sent special messengers in these countries, which will give information about the current situation of the Maldives.

India has no name in this list of ‘Allied nation’. This information has been given in a statement from the Presidential Office of the Maldives. It has been said that the envoys have reached China and Pakistan.

The Embassy of the Maldives located in New Delhi has said that External Affairs Minister Mohammad Asim had to come first to India, but after the request of the Indian government the visit was canceled.

Political upheaval has been going on in the Maldives for the past few days. There has been a crisis due to a conflict between the Supreme Court and the Government. The Supreme Court had ordered the release of nine leaders, including former President Nasheed, which the government refused to accept.

Later, President Abdullah Yameen announced the announcement to set up an emergency in the country and the Supreme Court judges were arrested.

According to Navbharat Times, Major Aditya’s father has approached the Supreme Court after the FIR in the case of Indian administered Kashmir Shopian Firing.

Father has appealed to the Supreme Court to cancel the FIR lodged on his son. The case will be heard on Friday in this case.

Army has already trusted Major Aditya and his team to be innocent in this case.

According to Times of India, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has paid a tax of Rs 3,500 crore since the start of the Indian Premier League (IPL). The IPL started in 2008. The Income Tax Department had refused to give any tax concession to the BCCI while describing IPL as a commercial activity.

Earlier, the BCCI did not have to pay any kind of tax because it was considered a charitable trust. It is speculated that the BCCI has received income of Rs 12,000 crore from IPL.

According to Navbharat Times, in a Netaji Subhash Place area of ​​Delhi, a bikswar youth died in a string bounded by police barricades and died in a painful death.

The wire was bound with barricades, the bikswar young man was not seen in the darkness. Before the wire was cut in the neck, then the bike rider was badly reversed. Due to deep injuries in the head, death on the spot.

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