India must stop intervening in Male, Maldives under huge pressure from New Delhi: Chinese state media

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi |
Published: February 7, 2018 3:42 pm

Maldivian police stand guard on a main street during a protest by opposition supporters against the government’s delay in releasing their jailed leaders, including former president Mohamed Nasheed, despite a Supreme Court order, in Male, Maldives, February 5, 2018. Pictures taken February 5, 2018. REUTERS/Stringer.

China’s state-run Global Times told India to not intervene in Male’s affairs and said political struggles are supposed to be internal affairs. In an editorial published on Tuesday titled ‘India must stop intervening in Malé’, the state-run media said, “For a long time, the Maldives has had to choose between being manipulated by India or its independence as a sovereign state. The Maldives must be under huge pressure from India.” The state-run Global…

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