Washington: The US on Monday firmly censured the assault on the Indian department in San Francisco by a gathering of dissident Sikhs, naming it totally unsuitable.
Raising favorable to Khalistan trademarks, the nonconformists on Sunday tore open the improvised security obstructions raised by the city police and introduced two supposed Khalistani banners inside the Office premises.
Two office work force before long eliminated these banners.
Before long, a gathering of furious dissenters entered the department premises and began raising a ruckus around town and windows with iron poles.
“That defacing, it’s simply totally unsuitable,” John Kirby, Public safety Board Organizer for vital correspondences at the White House told journalists at an everyday news meeting, emphatically denouncing the episode.
“The Express Office’s political security administration is working with neighborhood specialists. I can’t represent the San Francisco police, yet I can say that the strategic security administration is working with neighborhood specialists to appropriately examine and clearly, the State Division will be working according to a framework point of view to fix the harm, yet it’s unsuitable,” Kirby said in light of an inquiry.
The State Office likewise gave an assertion showing that those behind the demonstration would be considered responsible.
“The US censures the assault on Sunday against the Indian Office in San Francisco. Viciousness against discretionary offices inside the US is a culpable wrongdoing,” it said.
“It is our need to protect the security and wellbeing of these offices and the ambassadors who work inside them,” said the South and Focal Asia Agency of the State Division.
In a different explanation, the US-India Key Organization Gathering firmly censured the assault on the Indian mission in San Francisco, California.
“The US and India are energetic vote based systems and comprehend that the option to collect calmly and fight is hallowed. Nonetheless, brutality and defacement won’t be approved or endured,” it said.
Negotiators and consular staff merit a similar right to a solid and tranquil workplace, liberated from outer mischief and dangers, it said. “We stand by Dr. Television Nagendra Prasad, the noteworthy Delegate General of India in San Francisco, and his staff.” The USISPF encouraged the nearby experts in California and the Legislative authority of the locale to make the vital move against the guilty parties and those at real fault for supporting and abetting. “We thank the State Division for answering immediately.”