Maldivian President Mohammed Mujhhu was thrashed in Parliament… The Maldives”economy has faltered due to India’s boycott.
The Maldives Parliament plunged into turmoil on January 28, 2024, as both ruling party and opposition members clashed during the vote on President Mohamed Muizzu’s cabinet approval. The chaos erupted when opposition MPs protesting the president were initially prevented from entering the session.
Meanwhile in a 15-second video, we can see a blue-shirt man thrashing the white-shirt man on the floor. Many on X shared this video and claimed that Maldivian President Mohammed Muizzu was thrashed in Parliament.
#मालदीव के राष्ट्रपति मोहम्मद मुझ्झू की संसद मे कुटाई हो गई…….#भारत के बहिष्कार के कारण मालदीव की अर्थव्यवस्था डगमगा गई हैं………… 😎
मोदी जी और भारत से पंगा लेना महंगा पड़ गया! #भारत_माता_की_जय pic.twitter.com/u38LxiIyuu
— राष्ट्रवादी देव कुमार नामदेव (डिजिटल योद्धा) #३ह (@devnamdev99) January 29, 2024
What is the truth?
We ran a keyword search and found the accurate news reported by India Today titled “Videos: Chaos in Maldives Parliament as MPs fight each other, disrupt proceedings.” A screengrab from the viral video is featured on this article.
This happened during a heated exchange, a physical altercation ensued between Kanditheemu MP Abdulla Shaheem Abdul Hakeem Shaheem and Kendhikulhudhoo MP Ahmed Easa, sparked when Shaheem accidentally bumped into Easa.
The clash led to injuries to Shaheem’s head as they both fell in the vicinity of the parliamentary chamber. Minority leader Moosa Siraj intervened to try and stop the fight. Following the incident, Shaheem was said to have been transported to the hospital, as per the information provided in the media reports.
According to all the media reports, nowhere is it mentioned that Maldivian President Mohamed Muizzu was thrashed in the Maldives Parliament. It was falsely shared, but in reality, the two other parliamentarians fought with each other at the Maldives Parliament.
It is found that the Maldivian President Mohamed Muizzu was not thrashed or found in the video that is being shared. In reality those seen in the video are other MPs.