In 2011 Krittika Biswas, the daughter of Indian diplomat Debashish Biswas, in Indian Consulate General in New York City was handcuffed and locked up for more than 24 hours after a shoddy probe by administrators into alleged obscene e-mails sent to two teachers in her school. Her claims of diplomatic immunity were ignored. Krittika has sued New York city for a whopping USD 1.5 million, alleging that she was falsely arrested in violation of her diplomatic immunity, with the Indian consulate here also backing her claims.
Recently Indian Deputy Consul General Devyani Khobragade was arrested and handcuffed in public in New York for allegedly lying on a visa application of an Indian national who worked for her. The US has said Indian Deputy Consul General in New York has immunity from jurisdiction only for her actions in an official capacity and hoped that the incident will not affect bilateral ties with India.
Indian ambassador to UN was asked to remove his turban and the lady ambassador to Washington in saree was searched while touring on her duty.
The great revolutionary leader George Fernandez, while on official duty as minister was searched twice .He kept mum .He should have returned to India by the next flight.
It is a matter of regret and shame that the Indian government and people let US diplomats escape when they commit real violations of diplomatic and international law (which Washington has destroyed in last few decades)
USA; A people born with little culture and full of savagery.
What else to expect from a people (of USA) whose history is a narrative of landmarks like the Massacre at Wounded Knee, who have morphed from feudal savagery to high-tech savagery and gave to the last generation, Mai Lai massacre, and now, Guantanamo, Abu Garb, Fallujah. Nevertheless, instead of looking at themselves, they pontificate to the rest of the humanity, with their uncivilized discourse.
To a large extent the fault is of Indians , starting with PM MMSingh, who cannot be elected to Lok Sabha , said that Indians loved George Bush deeply .Congress spokesman stated that George Bush should be awarded Bharat Ratna, India’s highest civilian award .
The author who maintained close relations with a swathe the honest media professionals all over the world during his diplomatic career and even now feels great pain and anguish at the turn of events .USA’s corporate media has led the way and subverted media in other countries too. Washington has created in India dalals (trumpets or pimps) in media, civil and military bureaucracy, academics and political parties to promote its policies at India’s expense.
A prominent example of US dalals or shameless trumpet is the Indian Express, once edited by the likes of Frank Moraes and Arun Shourie and now described by some diplomats as the American Express, led by editor one Shekhar Gupta. Let us go back to what Gupta said in 2003.
Indian Express, (1st Feb, 2003) .Welcoming the imminent illegal US led invasion, named, operation Iraqi freedom, Gupta wrote under title ‘Saddam, Snooker’s first frame ‘--“–for the Bush team –process of change (is)–to modernize and democratize and restructure the Islamic world – into Saudi Arabia and then every other part of the region where militant Islam breeds ---Musharraf is not laughing –does that work to our benefit or detriment? This war will not be about oil but about militant Islam and everybody’s future. This is the bigger picture –“
The worst among the Express’s Washington dalals is one Raja Mohan, allegedly once a leftist, but sold out and now shameless in his pro-US outpourings. Of course he is compensated and occupies some US endowed University chair or the other .Prof Kanti Bajpayee is another example , also equally well compensated .He even spent some years as the Headmaster of a well-known Public School –catch them young and make them dalals Washington .
Also see: The Washcon Syndrome http://tarafits.blogspot.com/2010/03/washcon-syndrome.html
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