India-US relations in coming yearsNow Joe Biden is going to be the next President of America, then this question naturally rises in which direction US - India relation will go , especially, when it's very well known to the world that Indian PM asked Indian community in US to vote for Trump . He also welcomed him in Namaste Trump held in India. This bromance might have irritated Democrates. Joe Biden is opposite to Donald Trump as a politician. He condemned NRC & CAA when CAA was passed by parliament. Vice President Kamla Haris is emphatically vocal about Kashmir. When she was asked about imprisonment of Kashmiri leaders she said :"They are not alone, and we are all watching because so often when we see human rights abuses...".
Abrogation of article 370 or imprisonment of Kashmiri leaders or CAA/NRC are internal issues of India, neither US nor other countries have any right to butt in such issues.
In this scenario what we can expect is a big question which, hopefully, will be answered in due course of time. It shouldn't be ignored that giving any statement as a senator is far different from the statement of the President or Vice President. What both of them will state when they hold the highest office in government will decide their foreign policy with India. If they interfere in our internal matter then India will have to reply them as the UPA government gave strong reply to US government by dismantling secruriry barriers outside of US embassy in New Delhi and revoking all special previlges from their US Embassy. when Devyani Khobragade, a deputy consul general at the Indian Consulate in New York was arrested by New York police.
India is a big market for the world. US would not like to lose this vast market. It's also a fact that in politics there is no permanent friend or enemy but permanent interests.