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Maldives President issues decree to ban ‘anti-India-protests’

Nirupama Subramanian writes in The Indian Express-

 

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Amid the “India Out” campaign that has been roiling Maldives for months, its President Ibrahim Mohammed Solih, issued a decree on Thursday banning protests against INDIA, citing a threat to national security.

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