India Sets Up Special Group On Khobragade Case

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NEW DELHI: With India determined not to relent on its demand for the U.S. to formally apologize on the handcuffing and strip-search of its envoy Devyani Khobragade, a special group of experts, including in international law, would be meeting on Monday to discuss the case reports, Times of India.



The U.S. has been quiet on the matter for the past few days on account of most senior officials going on end-of-year leave for Christmas and New Year.



The meeting of the group of experts, set up by foreign secretary Sujatha Singh, is indicative of India's firm resolve to pursue the matter to the end, said sources.



The group would comprise experts in international law, finance, human resource, and international organizations, among others. They would follow up on all Khobragade related developments.
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Source: IANS
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