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Maldives’ suspended minister Mariyam Shiuna apologizes for insulting tricolor

Mariyam Shiuna, one of the three Maldivian ministers suspended earlier this year for comments against Prime Minister Narendra Modi, first insulted the Indian flag and then apologised after being trolled on the Internet. Maryam expressed regret in her post on X, saying that her intention was not to insult the Indian flag, it was confused. “I sincerely apologise for that.

After the tension due to anti-India remarks, Maldives is now beginning to realize its mistake. “It has been brought to my attention that the image used in my response to the Maldivian opposition party MDP resembles the Indian flag. The post showed an MDP poster where the party’s logo was replaced with a logo resembling the Ashok Chakra in the Indian flag.

In January this year, the Maldivian government had suspended three ministers over derogatory remarks against PM Modi. The controversy erupted after three Maldivian deputy ministers made derogatory remarks against Prime Minister Modi over photographs of his visit to Lakshadweep.

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