Here is what Jaishankar has to say as Maldives demands military retreat by March 15th

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15-01-2024

    88 Indian Military personnel are reported to have been stationed in Male

    The request for this was made by President Mohamed Muizu on November 17th

    You have to reason with people to bring things back to where they should be: Jaishankar

Maldives has given India a deadline of 15th March to withdraw their troops from the region. 88 Indian Military personnel are reported to have been stationed in Male. The request for this was made by President Mohamed Muizu on November 17th. 

The escalation of the conflict occurred when Maldivian Ministers had passed comments on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s photoshoot in Lakshadweep which was deemed to be derogatory to Indians. Minister of External Affairs of India S.Jaishankar while speaking at the Manthan Town Hall meeting in Nagpur has made indirect references hinting at India’s response to the situation. “Politics is politics. I cannot guarantee that in every country, every day, everybody will support us or agree with us. But, seriously, as a solution, what we have been trying to do in the last 10 years, with a lot of success, is to build a very strong connect, so that, though the politics may go up and down, the people of the country, the society, generally have good feelings towards India and understand the importance of having good relations with India. We are involved today in building roads, electricity, transmission, supplying fuel, providing trade access, making investments, and having people holiday in other countries. Sometimes, things do not go in a good way, and then you have to reason with people to bring things back to where they should be,” he said. 

Here is what Jaishankar has to say as Maldives demands military retreat by March 15th

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    88 Indian Military personnel are reported to have been stationed in Male

    The request for this was made by President Mohamed Muizu on November 17th

    You have to reason with people to bring things back to where they should be: Jaishankar

Maldives has given India a deadline of 15th March to withdraw their troops from the region. 88 Indian Military personnel are reported to have been stationed in Male. The request for this was made by President Mohamed Muizu on November 17th. 

The escalation of the conflict occurred when Maldivian Ministers had passed comments on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s photoshoot in Lakshadweep which was deemed to be derogatory to Indians. Minister of External Affairs of India S.Jaishankar while speaking at the Manthan Town Hall meeting in Nagpur has made indirect references hinting at India’s response to the situation. “Politics is politics. I cannot guarantee that in every country, every day, everybody will support us or agree with us. But, seriously, as a solution, what we have been trying to do in the last 10 years, with a lot of success, is to build a very strong connect, so that, though the politics may go up and down, the people of the country, the society, generally have good feelings towards India and understand the importance of having good relations with India. We are involved today in building roads, electricity, transmission, supplying fuel, providing trade access, making investments, and having people holiday in other countries. Sometimes, things do not go in a good way, and then you have to reason with people to bring things back to where they should be,” he said. 

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