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If Nasheed is taken to Police the political situation might get worse- MDP
Opposition Maldivian Democratic Party (MDP) has stated that the political situation of the Maldives might get worse if the former President Mohamed Nasheed is taken to the Police Headquarters for questioning.
In regards to former President Nasheed who was summoned by the Police to be present in the Police station on Thursday for questioning regarding an ongoing investigation, MDP Parliamentary Group Leader’s Deputy Ali Waheed said that lawsuits will be filed against Home Minister Dr.Mohamed Jameel, Commissioner of Police Abdullah Riyaz in relation to the recent arrests of MPs of the MDP.
Ali Waheed said that the Peoples’ Majlis has been in a paralyzed state in the last 6 months and the MDP members will not give any cooperation until the Majlis recovers from this paralysis.
Former President Nasheed is summoned to the Police in relation to his leaked phone call between Mariya Ahmed Didi where Nasheed is heard to say to gather a group to fight and attack the Police.
According to the Police, Mariya was presented to the Police for questioning but Mariya instead of answering the queries requested to issue more statements regarding the issue.