New Delhi: Khalistan supporters set fire to the Indian Consulate in San Francisco. However, the fire was brought under control immediately due to the information of the fire department. There is no news of any casualty in this incident. The US has strongly condemned the attack on the Indian Consulate in San Francisco.
What is the matter?
Sources have informed that some Khalistani extremists set fire to the Indian Consulate in San Francisco between 1.30 am and 2.30 am on Sunday, July 2. The fire quickly spread to the consulate. However, the fire department was immediately informed. The fire department team reached the spot and brought the fire under control. There were no casualties in the accident. Khalistan extremists also made a video of this incident and made it viral on social media.
These two American Indians accused of murder!
Information has been received that India’s Ambassador to America Taranjit Singh Sandhu and Consul General Dr. Posters targeting TV Nagendra Prasad are going viral on social media. The Khalistanis are accusing the duo of killing Khalistan terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar in Canada.
Vandalism or violence against foreign diplomats in the US is a crime
The US government has expressed concern over the incident of arson at the Indian consulate in San Francisco. US State Department spokesman Matthew Miller issued a statement saying, ‘The United States strongly condemns the burning of the Indian Consulate in San Francisco. He said it is a crime in the US for foreign diplomats to vandalize or use violence against embassies.
Attacks were carried out by supporters of Khalistan before this as well
A few months ago, the Indian Consulate in San Francisco was attacked by Khalistan supporters. Meanwhile pro-Khalistan slogans were raised and protesters broke security barriers and hoisted Khalistan flags inside the consulate premises. Earlier, the Indian Consulate in London was also attacked by Khalistan supporters.