There may be no reason for Indians to panic underneath Trump management
The founder of Republican Hindu Coalition and a jumbo donor to the election campaign of US President Donald Trump, Shalabh Shalli Kumar has said that there is no need for Indians in the US to be worried under the US administration led by President Donald trump. He also added that the US President is dedicated to building good relations with Indians.
Mr. Kumar who is also the leading candidate for the post of American Ambassador to India, however, refused to say anything regarding his prospects for the post quoted The Hindu.
The bilateral co-operation between India and the US will be taken to an unmatched level by US President Donald Trump and Indian Prime Minister #NarendraModi, added Mr. Kumar. He refused t elaborate on the exact details of the bilateral ties at this juncture and said that US President, however, believed in executing plans in a discreet way. The twitter account of Mr. Kumar recognizes him as the bridge between #DonaldTrump and Narendra Modi.
President Trump had made it clear that racism has no place in the US and had given an appropriate reply at the right juncture over the recent hate-crime murder of Srinivas Kuchibhotla, an Indian techie in Kansas, elaborated Shalabh Kumar. This is quite heartening for Indians in the US and even the Hindus in the US as well elaborated the leader.
Stephen Bannon the US President’s chief strategist will be playing a key role in the bilateral relations with India, said Mr. Kumar. Shalabh Kumar is in close touch with Mr. Bannon and said that Mr. Bannon is an ardent reader of Hindu and Buddhist philosophy as well as the Bhagavad-gita.
Mr. Bannon is full of praise for India led by Prime Minister Modi and he is with the understanding that Hinduism is a broadminded religion and Hindus are a peace loving people. He is also dedicated to reverse the decline of America, said Shalabh Kumar.
According to Mr. Kumar, there is no reason for Indians to be worried of US administration led by Trump as bills and debates are always of diverse nature. The fact is that the US economy is bound to grow under Trump administration which will necessitate large requirement of IT professionals from India, explained Mr. Kumar.