Police have concluded an investigation requested by the President’s Office into “slanderous allegations” by minority opposition Dhivehi Qaumee Party (DQP) Deputy Leader Dr Mohamed Jameel Ahmed.
According to a statement released by police on Thursday, the former Justice Minister was investigated for attempting to incite hatred and disrupt religious unity.
The case has been sent to the Prosecutor General’s Office, the statement revealed.
In the past week, Jameel was summoned for questioning four times and taken into custody thrice by police.
However on all three occasions he was released by the Criminal Court before 24 hours after DQP filed cases challenging the legality of the arrests.