COLOMBO (News first); The arrangement of Former Maldives President and present Speaker Mohamed Nasheed as a contact to organize aid projects for Sri Lanka have caused a discussion among numerous Sri Lankans.

The Maldives Journal, an internet based news site, detailed that the speaker of the Maldivian Parliament, President Mohamed Nasheed is as of now expediting safe entry for previous Prime Minister of Sri Lanka, Mahinda Rajapaksa, and his loved ones.
The site revealed that Nasheed visited Sri Lanka last week, and elected to organize global aid projects for Sri Lanka, in spite of coming up short on any involvement with that field.

On the nineteenth of May Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe acknowledged a proposal from Maldivian Speaker Mohamed Nasheed to help the obligation ridden country’s offered to get worldwide alleviation in the continuous monetary emergency.

Mohamed Nasheed showed up in the island on the twentieth of May with the endorsement of the Prime Minister.

During his visit, Nasheed approached Former Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena, Opposition Leader Sajith Premadasa, Political Party Representatives, as well as the Indian High Commissioner to Sri Lanka.

On the 21st of May he met Former Minister Namal Rajapaksa.

As per The Maldives Journal, over the most recent couple of days Nasheed has held a few gatherings with significant level political figures and campaigned to concede the Rajapaksa family a protected section to the Maldives.

Citing a Madivian Government official The Maldives Journal revealed that after he had surrendered, Mahinda Rajapaksa had called Nasheed. In this call, Rajapaksa mentioned Nasheed to make game plans so his family can remain in the Maldives until the circumstance in Sri Lanka quiets down.

It likewise noticed that Mohamed Nasheed had facilitated the arrangement where an Indian had consented to offer a confidential manor to the Rajapaksa family – at a cool US$ 12 million. An extra estate, evaluated at US$ 3 million, is likewise remembered for the arrangement, and will be utilized as lodging for the family’s staff and security.

News first reached Former President of Maldives Mohamed Nasheed for his situation on these cases.

This was he reaction.

“President Nasheed of the Maldives completely denies one-sided reports of assuming a part in the supposed “leave system” of political forerunners in Sri Lanka. His job for Sri Lanka is restricted to looking for help for a nation and individuals who have forever been shared companions particularly in this troublesome monetary period.”

Previous Minister Namal Rajapaksa has dismissed the cases made by the site in the Maldives.

He tweeted to express that his dad has zero desire to leave Sri Lanka and there is no reality of any plans of him moving to the Maldives or purchasing any estate there.

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