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India seeks more security for religious places in US

Aug 07, 2012

Indian External Affairs Minister SM Krishna has called up US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, requesting full and prompt probe into Wisconsin gurdwara killings that left 6 dead.

India has sought strengthening of security around places of worship in the United States and urged Washington to come out with a strong message of reassurance to the Indian community following the Wisconsin gurdwara shooting that left six dead.

In a telephonic conversation with U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Monday evening, External Affairs Minister (EAM) S.M. Krishna also requested a full and prompt investigation into the killings.

Satisfied with the steps taken by the law enforcing agencies, Mr. Krishna expressed “sincere appreciation for a quick and brave response by local authorities in averting a worse tragedy,” said official sources here who maintained that Ms. Clinton was “receptive” to the EAM’s message and assured assistance.

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Source: The Hindu


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