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Hulhumeedhoo constituency MP Ilyas Labeeb has said that the people who accused the Maldivian Democratic Party (MDP) government of selling the uninhabited islands of the Maldives are now leasing them for political gains.
Hulhumeedhoo constituency MP Ilyas Labeeb made this remark at the Headlines program of RaajjeTV. He said that the top officials of the current government earlier used to accuse the former government of selling out uninhabited islands for political gains but now they are selling uninhabited islands and using that money for political puposes.
Ilyas Labeeb said that in the recent MDP campaign tour they have witnessed that the services provided by the MDP government have been deteriorating and many development programs initiated by the former government have now been halted.
He said that the current government is misusing these projects for the benefit of certain individuals. He said that it is saddening that the situation has reached this level.
MDP government’s education minister Shifa Mohamed said on the same program that many people have joined MDP in the recent tour to the southern islands. He said that many people accepted the services and developments brought by the government of former President Mohamed Nasheed.