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Individual people should move forward with the nation to preserves independence- Adheeb
Tourism Minister Ahmed Adheeb has said that individual people should leave “political fights” to politicians and should move forward with the nation to preserve the state’s sovereignty and independence.
Speaking to Miadhu Daily, Adheeb said that political competition exists in every country and with the establishment of party system the political rivalry among political parties would increase.
“My appeal to the people is to stop revolving around politicians and should busy themselves with building the nation,” he said.
Minister Adheeb said that competition among politicians is something necessary but it should be within the confines of politics. And it should not lead to violence and use of arms against each other.
“We are now of the thought to leave politics to politicians. To leave them in their rivalry. We the people should be hard working. We should be earn from our own work and should be self sufficient. Or else our country will be plunged into a bottomless pit of economic crisis’s,” he said.
He said that everyone can put up a fight but to achieve matters through our physical strength is something of the past. Today we should work hard to achieve our goals, he said.