Talking about the relationship between India and America, an American MP said that the relationship between the two countries is not as strong as it should be. He said that he would work on establishing better relations with India.
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Indian-American Congressman Mr. police station said that India And America The relations between have not been as strong as they need to be. He pledged that he would work to strengthen economic ties, which would benefit both the countries and help enhance people-to-people cooperation.
Thanedar (67) represents Michigan’s 13th Congressional District, which consists primarily of Detroit and its suburbs. He was sworn in as a member of the US House of Representatives earlier this month. He has become the fifth Indian-American to join the current Congress (Parliament). Earlier, Dr. Ami Bera, Raja Krishnamurthy, Ro Khanna and Pramila Jaipal have also become MPs.
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Thanedar told PTI-language, I think historically it (India-US relationship) has not been as strong a relationship as it should be. We are the two largest democracies. India has huge economic power. India now has the presidency of the G20. Please tell that India has got the presidency of G20 this year. The special thing is that India has made up its mind to focus on the needs of many changes in the organization. In this regard, meetings are also being organized in different states of India.
Both India and America will be benefited
Thanedar’s first month in the House has been historic, as he voted 15 times to elect the Speaker. This week he was made a member of two influential House committees – Small Business and Homeland Security. He told, India has been recognized for its economic power. America will benefit from this. I think, both America and India will benefit from strong mutual relations, a relationship of trust, mutual economic relations, … more trade, mutual trade.
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