Indian-American village is an successful bridge-builder in US-India relations

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Washington: The tiny though successful Indian-American village provides an critical overpass between India and a United States, American lawmakers have said.

Rep. Ed Royce speaks during a conference of a Foreign Affairs Committee on Capitol Hill in early June. AFPRep. Ed Royce speaks during a conference of a Foreign Affairs Committee on Capitol Hill in early June. AFP

Rep. Ed Royce speaks during a conference of a Foreign Affairs Committee on Capitol Hill in early June. AFP

“We demeanour brazen to building a attribute between India and a United States and we conclude a village here for a overpass that they assistance yield so that these dual great democracies can work ever closer together for a common goal,”Congressman Ed Royce said.

Royce, Chairman of a absolute House Foreign Affairs Committee, was vocalization during a care accepting organized by a Indo-American Community Services, a Chicago-based Indian community organisation.

The eventuality was attended by a series of US lawmakers.

“What to me is so good about this eventuality is lifting new leaders in a Indo-American Community and this village as we can see is really expanding politically. I’ve always been tender by this village that is always prepared to fill new roles and responsibilities in a good country,” Senator Dan Sullivan pronounced in his remarks.

“I am so greatfully to be means to contend how most we conclude a Indo-American Community Service that is flourishing fast in a success and a change in Illinois as good as in DC,” pronounced Congressman Robin Kelly.

Congressman Danny Davis spoke about India being largest democracy in a universe and Indians contributions here in US.

He affianced to continue to support Indian-American Interns during his office, a media recover said.

Indian-American village contain about 3.1 million people alone and are a second-largest self-reported single-race Asian stock organisation after Chinese Americans.

PTI