PM Modi’s Lakshadweep Thrilling Visit Made Big Controversy

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PM Modi's Lakshadweep Thrilling Visit

PM Modi’s Lakshadweep Thrilling Visit.

On Thursday 4th Jan 2024, PM Modi shared pictures from his Lakshadweep visit, interacting with locals. Further enjoying attractive views, and snorkeling. His tweet expressing awe at the islands’ beauty and the warmth of its people went viral.

He launched and laid the groundwork for various developmental projects worth over Rs 1,150 crore in Lakshadweep. Additionally, he highlighted several others completed during his government’s past 10 years.

Modi’s visit to the Maldives sparked a social media showdown between Maldivian officials and Indian users. There was a clash between Maldivian politicians and Indian netizens over PM Modi’s trip. Some highlighted India’s past aid and cooperation to counter Maldivian social media mockery.

Shiuna’s deleted post teased Modi’s Lakshadweep visit, associating him to a clown and making offensive remarks about India. Additionally, another deputy minister, Malsha Sharif, criticized India and its tourism campaign in the Maldives.

Former Maldivian President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih and other political figures condemned the “hateful” language used against India within Maldivian political circles. Solih emphasized the enduring friendship between India and the Maldives, urging its preservation.

Indian social media users started #BoycottMaldives, deciding against vacationing there. Figures like Aakash Chopra and Akshay Kumar condemned the remarks, urging support for Indian tourism. Sachin Tendulkar indirectly highlighted Indian beaches, avoiding mention of the Maldives.

Later, the Maldives government suspended three deputy ministers, including Mariyam Shiuna, Malsha Sharif, and Mahzoom Maajid, for disrespectful comments aimed at PM Modi. Former Maldivian President Mohamed Nasheed condemned their social media remarks, sparking an online promotion of Lakshadweep islands.

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