Maldives Security forces decry rumours of terrorism threat

An ongoing emergency response exercise was not prompted by a tip off about an imminent terrorist attack, the Maldives police and military said Tuesday night, dismissing rumours to the contrary.Launched earlier this month, the joint training exercises were planned in the wake of the Easter Sunday suicide bombings in Sri Lanka in order to beef up security and improve “multi-agency coordination” in responding to emergencies, police said in a statement.“The Maldives Police Service appeals against spreading information from unreliable sources and false or unverified information on social media,” it added.But police urged the public to share suspicions or concerns with its 119 hotline or the National Counter-Terrorism Centre’s 1615 hotline.Brigadier General Zakariyya Mansoor, NCTC director general, told state media that the authorities would not conceal information about a credible threat................


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