Scores Rally For India Outside US Consulate, Attacked Last Week

On Saturday, hundreds of people gathered outside the US Consulate in Chennai, India to show their support for the country in the wake of last week’s attack. The attack, which occurred on May 18th, saw a group of protesters throw stones and other objects at the building, causing damage to the building and injuring several security personnel.

The rally was organized by the Tamil Nadu Students’ Association, a student organization in the state of Tamil Nadu. The group was joined by members of the public, including students, professionals, and members of the local community. The protesters held up signs and chanted slogans in support of India and against the US.

The rally was peaceful, and the protesters made it clear that they were not there to cause any trouble. Instead, they wanted to show their solidarity with India and to express their outrage at the attack.

The rally was also a show of support for the Indian government, which has been criticized for its handling of the attack. The government has been accused of not doing enough to protect the consulate and of not responding quickly enough to the incident.

The rally was a reminder that India is a strong and resilient nation, and that its people will not be intimidated by acts of violence. It was also a reminder that the US and India have a long history of friendship and cooperation, and that the two countries should continue to work together to ensure peace and stability in the region.

The rally was a success, and it showed that the people of India are united in their support for their country. It also showed that the US and India can work together to ensure that such attacks never happen again.