India has pledged to provide the Maldives with an assortment of defence equipment, infrastructure, and training, reports local media.
Seven radar systems, adding to the three already in place, are being given by the Indian government, as well as a helicopter for search, rescue and emergency evacuation in the northern Maldives.
Financial assistance is also being provided to construct a Coast Guard building and a harbor for Coast Guard vessels, in addition to establish a Maldives National Defence Force (MNDF) composite training centre in Lhaviyani Maafilaafushi.
The pledges were made by Indian Defence Minister A K Antony during Minister of Defence and National Security Minister Colonel (Rtd) Mohamed Nazim’s recent visit.
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The cow-worshippers' help has been accepted by the superior Arab minions of Dhivehistan. Dhivehistanis have no shame to go begging to the Indians even after they insulted Indians and destroyed the SAARC monuments, because, as the mullahs say, we are better than silly idol worshippers. This jizyah tax from the Hindus will be used to train men to establish a miliatry government like Zia's Pakistan based on "full" Islamic Shariah. Like Ibn Saud got help from the kaafir British, we too can use infidel money to bring Shariah here so that we can go and bomb Indian cities.
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