The Indian Diplomat has also made an appeal to the Indian government to take up the matter and ensure the safety of herself and her children.
Read Devyani's letter below
My dear colleagues - senior and junior,
I am so grateful for all the outpouring of unequivocal support and backing that has been available to me from the fraternity. I take comfort in the confidence that this invaluable support will also be translated into strong and swift action, to ensure the safety of me and my children, as also to preserve the dignity of our service which is unquestionably under siege.
While I was going through it, although I must admit that I broke down many times as the indignities of repeated handcuffing, stripping and cavity searches, swabbing, hold up with common criminals and drug addicts were all being imposed upon me despite my incessant assertions of immunity, I got the strength to regain composure and remain dignified thinking that I must represent all of my colleagues and my country with confidence and pride. I feel I can continue to do so thanks to this strong and prolific support.
I cannot say more now but will later, I did feel the deep need to thank you all so much.
(Letter courtesy: Times Now)