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India helped Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa to escape to Maldives

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India Gotabaya Rajapaksa: India helped Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa to escape to Maldives, know the truth

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Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa has fled the country and fled to the Maldives. It is being told that Gotabaya Rajapaksa has reached Male, the capital of Maldives, with the help of a special aircraft of the Sri Lankan Air Force. Gotabaya was accompanied by his wife and bodyguard to Maldives. Gotabaya Rajapaksa was supposed to resign but he has not announced it yet. Meanwhile, claims started circulating in Sri Lanka’s social media that India helped Gotabaya escape to the Maldives. On this rumour, the Indian High Commission has strongly denied it by tweeting immediately.The Indian High Commission in Sri Lanka tweeted, “The High Commission rejects baseless and speculative media reports that India facilitated the departure of Gotabaya Rajapaksa and Basil Rajapaksa from Sri Lanka.” It has been repeatedly stated that India will continue to support the people of Sri Lanka as they seek to fulfill their aspirations of prosperity. At the same time want to progress through democratic methods and values ​​and want to develop democratic institutions and constitutional framework.

Deadline for peaceful resignation of Gotabaya Rajapaksa
Earlier, the President of Sri Lanka left the country and reached Maldives. It is being told that Gotabaya Rajapaksa has gone to Maldives using the powers vested in the President. Earlier on Tuesday, protesters in Sri Lanka announced a deadline for the peaceful resignation of President Gotabaya Rajapaksa. Earlier it was rumored that he would not step down if his family was not allowed a safe passage out of the country. Protesters have demanded through social media announcements that Rajapaksa should resign by 1 pm on Wednesday.

If he withdraws his promise to resign, people will be called to Colombo once again. A representative of the protesters, who have occupied the entrance of Rashtrapati Bhavan for more than three months, has urged the public to gather at the main protest site by 1 pm. Despite huge crowds, people occupied the President’s official residence on Saturday.

Basil Rajapaksa tries to go to America
Early Tuesday, the president’s brother and former finance minister Basil Rajapaksa tried to fly to the US but was stopped from leaving the country through a VVIP lounge at Colombo’s main airport. Rajapaksa was then forced to leave the airport. The South Asian island nation is going through an unprecedented economic crisis. The public blames the Rajapaksa family for this, who ruled the country for the last two decades. With a two-thirds Sinhala Buddhist majority, Gotabaya was elected as president in 2019 for a five-year term.

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