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26 May 2011

Indian teenager hounded in NY on false charges of anti-semitism

TEEN TRAUMA: Krittika Biswas, the daughter of an Indian diplomat, was allegedly dragged out of her school in New York in handcuffs despite being innocent and having diplomatic immunity

New York/New Delhi: The Indian government on Wednesday came out in full support of 18-year-old Krittika Biswas, daughter of an Indian diplomat, after she sued the New York city government for $1.5 million for being arrested on false charges, handcuffed and confined with criminals.
    
Her harrowing experience began after she was accused of sending anti-semitic emails to her teachers in December 2010 — a charge she repeatedly denied. She was arrested on February 8 and kept in jail for 24 hours before the Indian consulate and the embassy in Washington swung into action to secure her release.
    
Thereafter, despite the Queens district attorney dropping the charges and expunging her arrest from the record, school officials sent Krittika to a suspension centre.
    
There, she told Times Now, she was treated like a criminal and forced to spend time with “HIV patients and sexworkers”. Her arrest and confinement have raised questions of racial bias in the New York police as well as the school authorities.
    
On Wednesday, lawyer Ravi Batra said Krittika, whose father Debashish Biswas is vicecounsel at the Indian consulate here, has sued the New York City government claiming $1.5 million in damages. Indian consulate general Prabhu Dayal said Krittika deserved the compensation from the US government as “she has undergone mental and physical torture. This has scarred her mind for the rest of he life.” ‘US cops coerced me to confess’
 
New York/New Delhi: Taking serious note of harrowing experience of the daughter of a Indian diplomat in US prison, the Union government has decided to extend all logistical support to the victim to pursue her acse.
    
Official sources in the Ministry of External Affairs told TOI, "We have taken this issue up with the US government. We have conveyed our anguish at the incident." They even said that the school's decision to not charge the real culprit, an "Asian" boy, spoke volumes of their "double standards". 

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