Congresswoman Jayapal had moved a resolution in the US house of representatives last December urging the Indian government to lift restrictions in Kashmir and preserve religious freedom while Congressman Ro Khanna is part of the US Congressional Pakistan caucus.
President Trump, on the other hand, has not spoken against the Indian government on the issues of revocation of Article 370 in Kashmir and the Citizenship Amendment Act, which has been a big advantage for India, Dr Shivangi added.
“I will be in Mar-a-Lago, Florida, next month attending a fund-raiser for President Trump and am also a delegate at the Republican party convention in North Carolina later this year where the presidential candidate will be selected,” Dr Shivangi, who has raised millions of dollars for Republican presidents and candidates including George W Bush and his father, George H.W. Bush, said. Between 2005 & 2008, he was an advisor to the George W Bush administration.
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Dinesh patel335 days ago
Whether Trump visit will bolster support or not and how much is at the present unknown - Hooefulky it will - but the fact is that this trip will open up good relations between two countries specifically working to gether to eliminate terrorism and provide strength and support for India’s growth and development
Chiba is knocking on the door all the time so such good relations will further enhance the bond between two great democratic countries
We are very proud of Dr Shivangi and others who are helping this bond
Best wishes for the journey