The issue was also brought into discussions when the Indian Envoy to US, Meera Shankar, met Home Minister, P.Chidambaram on Thursday, May 26.
“Home Minister has also expressed concern on the matter. We have conveyed through the diplomatic channels that the way the young girl was treated wasn"t correct," said Meera Shankar.
Krittika was wrongfully arrested on Feb 8, 2011 and thrown out of her school. It was later found that no action was taken against the real culprit, after he apologised for his behaviour.
The case would also be brought into discussions when US secretary for Homeland Security, Janet Napolitano, would be in India to hold security talks.
Apart from that the discussions will focus on issues related to countering illicit financing and trans-national crime, coastal security, mega city policing,accessing and sharing of data related to terrorism, cyber security and homeland security equipment to both the countries.
According to sources, top officers from the National Technical Training Organisation, the Intelligence Bureau, NIA, Research and Analysis Wing (RaW) and the CBI will also be part of the exchange with the 11-member US delegation.