President of Maldive, Mohmed Nasheed, claims that his policies are more democratic than the previous regimes. He argued against the police brutality, arbitrary arrests, political freedom and individual liberties. Now, people of Maldives is facing the worst days in its political history.
New Constitution emerged: new government elected: party system introduced: judiciary is independent, but good governance is missing.
The video in this article shows the level of brutality in Maldives Police Service against civilians who do not have anything to defend. The man in this video is under the control of police. But, he was repeatedly beaten by batons. There are enough police officers to arrest this particular person. He is trying to flee when he receives serious injuries from the police persons.
The proposed Nobel-Prize winner, Mohamed Nasheed, has no support in Maldives, where he uses armed forces and police to control his opponents. In a recent rally, most of the journalists were repeatedly beaten, and the case has filled to the concerned authorities.
Spoke Person of Maldives Police Serivce always claim that police are on the right track, where they thinks that brutality is a fundamental feature of the MDP’s manifesto.
We need to stand against this brutality.