PPM-PNC coalition’s uncivilized protests cause havoc for public transport, says MTCC’s CEO

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Maldives Transport and Contracting Company (MTCC)’s Chief Executive Officer Adam Azim is furious at the opposition PPM-PNC coalition’s protesters, accusing them of repeatedly blocking public buses in the Male’ City. The opposition protestors have caused chaos by preventing public transport from moving forward, and Azim has expressed deep concern while retweeting a video posted on Twitter, showing a female protester blocking a bus.

Azim expressed that he is not surprised by the opposition’s behavior, as it is common for them to act in such a despicable manner, which rendered MTCC unable to transport people on time. Azim stressed that MTCC’s bus service is a public service and such acts are unacceptable. He also pointed out that the opposition protesters are causing inconvenience to the public and urged the police to take strict action against these uncivilized protestors.

The video posted on Twitter shows two protesters, waving flags in front of the PPM headquarters on Boduthakurufaanu Magu. These protesters have drawn criticism from more people on Twitter, calling their actions “uncivilized” and “unacceptable”. The public has been outraged as the protesters are causing traffic jams, which is unacceptable and affecting the lives of the people.

The PPM-PNC coalition has been staging multiple protests in Male’ City following the sentencing of former president Abdulla Yameen to 11 years in prison for charges of bribery and money laundering on December 25, 2022. These demonstrations frequently cause traffic congestion in the vicinity of the PPM headquarters, leading to grievances from the local community.

The opposition’s protests are politically motivated and are disrupting the peace and well-being of the people. The protesters need to realize that their actions are not only affecting the transport service but are also creating chaos and inconvenience for the public. They should be held accountable for their actions and must exercise their constitutional rights responsibly. The leadership of the PPM-PNC coalition must stop such acts, and the police should take strict action against these uncivilized protesters.