The Indian Excessive Fee right here on Wednesday categorically dismissed speculative media stories about New Delhi sending its troops to Colombo, saying India is totally supportive of Sri Lanka’s democracy, stability and financial restoration. The denial from the Indian mission got here a day after it refuted as “pretend and blatantly false” native social media hypothesis that former prime minister Mahinda Rajapaksa and his members of the family have fled to India. The whereabouts of Mahinda Rajapaksa has been speculated since his resignation on Monday. It was reported that Mahinda had left his office-cum-official residence, Temple Bushes.

In its first response to the scenario in Sri Lanka, India on Tuesday stated that it’s “totally supportive” of the island nation’s democracy, stability and financial restoration. “The Excessive Fee want to categorically deny speculative stories in sections of media and social media about #India sending her troops to Sri Lanka. These stories and such views are additionally not consistent with the place of the Authorities of #India,” the Indian mission stated on Twitter.

“The Spokesperson of Ministry of Exterior Affairs of India clearly said yesterday that India is totally supportive of Sri Lanka’s democracy, stability and financial restoration,” it stated in one other tweet. Exterior Affairs Ministry spokesperson Arindam Bagchi stated in New Delhi on Tuesday: “India will all the time be guided by the very best pursuits of the folks of Sri Lanka expressed by way of democratic processes”.

Mahinda, 76, resigned as prime minister amid unprecedented financial turmoil within the nation, hours after his supporters attacked anti-government protesters, prompting authorities to impose a nationwide curfew and deploy Military troops within the capital. The assault triggered widespread violence in opposition to pro-Rajapaksa politicians.

A bunch of protesters gathered across the Naval base within the jap port district of Trincomalee, claiming Mahinda had taken refuge there. Requires his arrest are rising for his alleged instigation of a mob which went on to assault anti-government protesters who’re calling for the Rajapaksa household, together with President Gotabaya Rajapaksa, to resign.

No less than 8 folks have died whereas over 250 folks have been injured within the clashes which additionally noticed scores of properties belonging to ruling celebration politicians being set on fireplace. President Gotabaya has urged the folks to cease “violence and acts of revenge” in opposition to fellow residents and vowed to deal with the political and financial disaster going through the nation Sri Lanka is going through its worst financial disaster since gaining independence from Britain in 1948.

The disaster is brought about partially by an absence of international forex, which has meant that the nation can not afford to pay for imports of staple meals and gas, resulting in acute shortages and really excessive costs.1000’s of demonstrators have hit the streets throughout Sri Lanka since April 9.

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