US encourages ‘fair, transparent’ process for arrested Indian opposition figure

US encourages 'fair, transparent' process for arrested Indian opposition figure

New Delhi summoned the European ministry’s assistant chief of mission, Georg Enzweiler,” and conveyed India’s powerful protest”, at the notes, India’s foreign government said on Saturday.

According to a declaration,” We view such remarks as compromising the integrity of our judiciary and interfering with our criminal system.” ” Biased assumptions made on this account are most unwarranted”.

The State Department’s director responded,” We may refer you to the German Foreign Ministry for post on their conversations with the American government.”

In its efforts to counteract China’s growing global power, India has increasingly become seen as an essential strategic and economic lover.

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s leadership has often shown resistance to human rights violations, and rights activists accuse the administration of US President Joe Biden of placing geopolitical concerns above for issues in its dealings with New Delhi.

Berlin and New Delhi also have excellent ties, and the two nations have been working on important tactical issues, including defense technology, more closely.

The Indian government and Modi’s Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party deny any political intervention in the case involving Kejriwal and another Aam Aadmi Party leaders.

India’s Washington ambassador did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the State Department’s effect.