India’s military evacuation deadline from the Maldives is set at “can’t stay here.”

Indian Troops in the Maldives: Male requested the withdrawal of Indian troops about two months ago.P

resident Mohamed Muizzu of the Maldives has requested that India remove its armed forces from his nation by March 15th, according to a senior source quoted by the news agency PTI. This occurs over two months after Male requested that Indian forces be removed. There are eighty-eight Indian military personnel in the Maldives, according to official data.

The Maldivian president’s office public policy secretary, Abdulla Nazim Ibrahim, stated that the island country has formally requested that India remove its military forces by March 15. He stated, “Indian military personnel cannot stay in the Maldives,” according to the SunOnline website. This is the administration’s and President Dr. Mohamed Muizzu’s policy.

What has taken place thus far?

A high-level core committee was established by India and the Maldives to arrange the troop withdrawal. It was claimed that Indian High Commissioner Munu Mahawar attended the group’s inaugural meeting. Abdulla Nazim Ibrahim discussed the meeting and stated that the request for army departure by March 15 was on the agenda.

What did Mohamed Muizzu say previously on the pullout of Indian troops?

Prominent pro-China politician Mohamed Muizzu took an oath in November and publicly asked India to remove its armed forces from his nation. The Maldivian people have given us a “strong mandate” to make this appeal to New Delhi, he stated then.

More on the latest dispute between India and the Maldives

Three Maldivian deputy ministers made disparaging remarks about Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s post on Lakshadweep, sparking a dispute between the two nations and demands for an Indian tourist boycott of the Maldives.

Mohamed Muizzu’s most recent trip to China

Mohamed Muizzu tried to position the Maldives closest to Beijing while inadvertently criticizing India over the latest dispute while on a visit to China. The president of the Maldives stated, “We may be small, but that doesn’t give you the license to bully us,” without mentioning any specific nation.

We’re not in anyone’s personal space. We are a sovereign and independent state,” he said, stressing that no nation has the authority to meddle in the Maldives’ internal affairs.

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