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Govt denies political asylum to Maldives former VP who entered India illegally, deported
The former Vice-President is a subject of an investigation for allegedly misappropriating state funds. The Supreme Court of Maldives has imposed a travel ban on Ahmed.
Former vice-president of Maldives Ahmed Adeeb who was detained by Indian agencies in Tuticorin, Tamil Nadu was deported in the wee hours of Saturday. It comes after Ahmed’s plea for political asylum was rejected by the Indian government. Ahmed Adeeb was detained by Indian agencies for illegally entering India on Thursday. According to a Maldives Independent report, Ahmed Adeeb was trying to illegally enter India as a crew member of a tug boat. The former Vice-President is a subject of an investigation for allegedly misappropriating state funds. The Supreme Court of Maldives has imposed a travel ban on Ahmed. The Maldives police’s official statement on August 1 said that they were making attempts to take Ahmed back to Maldives. The statement also said that all those involved in helping the former vice-president flee would be subject to a criminal investigation.
Tamil Nadu: The former vice-president of Maldives, Ahmed Adeeb who was detained by Tuticorin Port (Tamil Nadu) Authority on 1st August, has been sent back to Maldives today. pic.twitter.com/9icaPOQoVd
— ANI (@ANI) August 3, 2019
However, government sources have told India Today TV, that Ahmed was not permitted to enter India since he was not entering through a designated entry point and did not possess the valid document. Sources further claimed that the reports about his detention/arrest in India were false. In response to a query on former vice-president of Maldives not permitted entry into India, the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) Spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said, “There are designated entry points through which foreigners are allowed entry into India. The entry is facilitated on the basis of appropriate valid travel documents. In the instant case, since he was not entering India through a designated entry point and did not possess the valid document, he has not been permitted entry into India.”