Two employees of Maldives Customs Service have been suspended over suspicions of engaging in homosexual relations.
The Spokesperson of Customs confirmed to Sun on Saturday night that two of the authority’s staff had been suspended as police investigates them for engaging in homosexual relations.
However, no further details were disclosed by the Spokesperson.
A string of videos of men engaging in sexual relations with Bangladeshi sex worker, Alamgiri, has been leaked from June onwards. However, it is unclear at the moment whether Customs’ staff were suspended in relation to the case.
The police have previously stated that cases pertaining to homosexuality is being investigated as serious matters.
In this regard, prominent lawyer and Parliament Speaker’s Mohamed Nasheed’s younger brother Nazim Sattar, a police officer working in the Drug Enforcement Department, Abdul Rahman Rafeeu and former Nolhivaram MP Mohamed Nasheed (Colonel Nasheed) have also been arrested for engaging in sexual relations with Alamgiri.
Education Ministry, on Friday, confirmed that some male teachers have been suspended over engaging in sexual relations with Alamgiri.
Home Ministry has also confirmed the suspension of an employee over suspicions of engaging in homosexual relations.
An employee working at People’s Majlis have also been suspended over suspicions of engaging in homosexual relations. However, it is unclear whether the employee’s case relates to Alamgiri’s.
Sun has learned that over 100 people engaged in homosexual relations with Alamgiri.