New Delhi, February 5 (newsin.asia): The Indian Ministry of External Affairs has advised Indians to avoid non-essential travel to the Maldives and has told those Indians who are already in that country to be security conscious and stay away from public gatherings.
A statement issued by the Ministry on Monday said: ” The prevailing political developments in Maldives and the resultant law and order situation is a matter of concern for the Government of India. Indian nationals are, therefore, advised to defer all non-essential travels to Male and other atolls until further notice. Indian expatriates in Maldives are also alerted to the need for heightened security awareness, and urged to exercise due caution in public and avoid public gatherings.”
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