NPP Supremo calls arrest of Indian Diplomat in Washington as dire violation of 14th Amendment of US Constitution

Prof. Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of NPP, Member of National Integration Council & a Senior Executive Member of the Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA) demanded public apology from US President Barack Hussein Obama for having infringe 14th Amendment to the US Constitution by arresting and misbehaving with Indian Diplomat Mrs. Devyani Khobragade in Washington. He described the arrest, detention, handcuffing and stripping of the Indian Diplomat as highly condemnable which breached the US law besides violating the 14th Amendment to the US Constitution which guarantees freedom to life and liberty of every person residing in the US. This amendment made it obligatory for the stage to not to deprive any person of his/her civil liberties/personal liberty without due process of law. In the present case the US administration/police have assaulted the very essence of due process of law as is provided in the jurisprudence of human rights which has been accepted by US being a signatory to the Charter of Human Rights.
Prof. Bhim Singh reminded US President Obama that the US has been beating loudest trumpets in the world on Human Rights whereas it is the US Govt. which has been violating all the norms on Human Rights. He reminded Mr. Obama the way the US had treated the Cuban prisoners, the way the US Military had treated the Iraqi prisoners, the way the US Army in NATO robes had behaved in Libya and insulted, disgraced and slaughtered Libyan Leader Col. Gaddafi in public. The way the US committed judicial murder by hanging Iraqi President in public. It is the US which has been insulting and acting in barbaric style to destroy the very essence of Human Rights while dealing with the opponents.
Prof. Bhim Singh hailed the decision taken to deal with US barbarism and urged Prime Minister, Dr. Manmohan Singh to withdraw India’s Ambassador to the US and freezed the diplomatic relations with US till US President apologise to Mrs. Devyani Khobragade and to the entire Indian nation.