India’s big statement amid deteriorating situation in Sri Lanka, not sending army to neighboring country
The economic crisis in Sri Lanka has been followed by civil war. There are reports that India is sending troops to Sri Lanka. though once again Putting a stop to these rumours, India has clearly It has been said that he is with the people of Sri Lanka and such reports are just rumours.
The Indian High Commission has denied media and social media reports about sending troops to Sri Lanka. The Indian High Commission in Colombo said that such reports and attitudes were not in line with the position of the Government of India.
The Indian High Commission tweeted that a spokesperson of the Indian Ministry of External Affairs had clarified yesterday that India fully supports Sri Lanka’s democracy, stability and economic recovery. It is noteworthy that such rumors are going on in the Sri Lankan media and social media that India is sending troops to the neighboring state.
Earlier, the Indian High Commission in Sri Lanka on Tuesday termed as “fake and outright lie” reports circulating on local social media that former Sri Lankan Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa and his family members may have fled to India.
Mahinda Rajapaksa on Monday resigned as Prime Minister amid anti-government protests in Sri Lanka due to the severe economic crisis. The Indian High Commission said in a statement that it has taken note of rumors circulating on social media and in certain sections of the media that some politicians and their families have fled to India. it’s fake. And this is absolutely false news, in which there is no truth. The High Commission has vehemently denied them.