India and maldives


India and Maldives

By Sandeep nagyaan · 25 Sep 2018

India and Maldives

The way successive party has achieved success in the elections held here is the real reason for the success of India. The defeat of President Abdullah Yameen in this election indicates that the locals have not only rejected the Yameen Government but have also rejected the Maldives politics away from India somewhere. In this election, the candidate of the opposition Ibrahim Mohammad Solih has won. According to the Election Commission, Solihay has got 58.3 percent of the votes. Solihih was a candidate of the Maldivian Democratic Party (MDP). Will now take charge on November 17. Location of Maldives: The Maldives officially the Republic of Maldives, is a South Asian  sovereign state , located in the  Indian Ocean , situated in the  Arabian Sea . It lies southwest of  Sri Lanka  and  India . About Sohilih: Solihih (candidate of the Maldivian Democratic Party (MDP) has been close to Nasheed that Mohammed Solihah is a close friend of former President Mohamed Nashid. Nasheed is a big supporter of India. He is a very important person for Indian neighbor Country policy. About Yameen: Abdulla Yameen Abdul Gayoom is a  Maldivian  politician who has been the 6th  President  of the  Maldives  since 2013.He is a  candidate of the  Progressive Party  (PPM). The reason for this was that Yameen, who had a taste of defeat here, was very close to China. He had either thrown many leaders in jail or had them deported.

Indo-Maldives relationship:- After India's independence in 1965, India was among the countries that recognized the Maldives. After this, India had established its embassy in the capital Male in the year 1972, with its strength in its relations. About 30 thousand Indians live in the Maldives. India has been influenced since the establishment of Maldives as an independent country. But here in recent times the picture has changed and China's interference has increased. China is already making its entry into Sri Lanka, Pakistan (Gwadar) and Iran. In such a strategically important 1200 islands, China's interference in this country also raised the concern of India.