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India says no to US snipers

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NEW DELHI, Jan 19 � India has said a polite �no� to the US for its proposal that only American snipers be deployed on the rooftops of buildings overlooking Rajpath during the Republic Day parade where President Barack Obama will be the chief guest, reports PTI.

With preparations for the high-profile visit beginning on January 25 entering the last leg, top security officials of the two countries are engaged in sorting out such issues about deployment and other aspects related to protection of the world�s most secured leader.

Furnishing a list of demands to their Indian counterparts, the US Secret Services officials wanted rooftops overlooking Rajpath as an exclusive domain for their men to guard Obama.

This was politely turned down, officials involved in the arrangements said, adding the US officials were asked not to interfere in the security setup as the Indian officials are well trained and equipped to provide protective cover for the VVIP.

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India says no to US snipers

NEW DELHI, Jan 19 � India has said a polite �no� to the US for its proposal that only American snipers be deployed on the rooftops of buildings overlooking Rajpath during the Republic Day parade where President Barack Obama will be the chief guest, reports PTI.

With preparations for the high-profile visit beginning on January 25 entering the last leg, top security officials of the two countries are engaged in sorting out such issues about deployment and other aspects related to protection of the world�s most secured leader.

Furnishing a list of demands to their Indian counterparts, the US Secret Services officials wanted rooftops overlooking Rajpath as an exclusive domain for their men to guard Obama.

This was politely turned down, officials involved in the arrangements said, adding the US officials were asked not to interfere in the security setup as the Indian officials are well trained and equipped to provide protective cover for the VVIP.

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