The Criminal Court has released an order on Sunday asking the police to keep government coalition partner Maldivian Development Alliance leader and owner of Sun Travels Ahmed Siyam and Nasheed administration’s Special Envoy Ibrahim Hussain Zaki in police custody and to present them to court hearings.
The order was released as the court has been unable to deliver the summons for the hearings to the two individuals.
Siyam is being summoned to court regarding a case where customs discovered he had tried to bring in a bottle of alcohol in his luggage to the Maldives in March 2012.
Zaki is being tried for a case against him for possessing drugs and alcohol during a police raid of the island of Hondaidhoo in November 2012 where he and a number of others, including MDP parliament members Abdulla Jabir and Hamid Abdul Ghafoor were arrested.
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Maldivians can only enjoy a spliff & get intoxicated in afterlife provided if they die as true Muslims.
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