MMPRC’s fireworks import suspected of links to boat blast in Maldives

MMPRC’s fireworks import suspected of links to boat blast The Maldives Marketing and Public Relations Corporation (MMPRC) remains shut down over an investigation into suspected links between the corporation’s import of fireworks and a blast on the president’s speedboat. MMPRC, a state-owned corporation tasked with promoting Maldives as a tourism destination, had imported a shipment of fireworks claiming they were children’s toys, a government official told The Maldives Independent today. Mohamed Junaid, the CEO of Maldives Ports Ltd, said the shipment had been cleared through customs and was held for the MMPRC at a government warehouse in Malé’s suburb Hulhumalé. Maldives National Defence Forces (MNDF) had been involved in helping the deliber...
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