Giving details about the purpose and agenda of the former Congress president’s visit to the US, Pitroda said, “We are not here to complain. We are here to share what is going on in India. Indian democracy is the largest democracy in the world and it is our responsibility to inform people about the ground reality.
Washington. Indian Overseas Congress President Sam Pitroda said Congress leader Rahul Gandhi’s visit to the US in June is aimed at promoting the shared values of “real democracy”. Rahul is scheduled to interact with university students and address a meeting during his visit. The Indian Overseas Congress said on Sunday that Rahul is scheduled to visit San Francisco, Washington and New York, where he is likely to address two meetings of Indian Americans, meet lawmakers and members of think tanks at Parliament House, as well as Interact with university students. These programs are being organized by the Indian Overseas Congress.
Giving details about the purpose and agenda of the former Congress president’s visit to the US, Pitroda said, “We are not here to complain. We are here to share what is going on in India. Indian democracy is the largest democracy in the world and it is our responsibility to tell people about the ground reality. are. We can deal with problems. We want to share with you what is needed.
Pitroda was addressing a program organized in Chicago to celebrate the victory of the Congress in the Karnataka embly. It was organized by community leader Iftikhar Sheriff and ‘Indian Overseas Congress-USA’. He said in a statement on Sunday, “The purpose of his (Rahul Gandhi) visit is to make contacts, interact and interact with various people, organizations and media. These include the Indian community, whose numbers are growing in the US and abroad. During this he will promote shared values and vision of genuine democracy focused on freedom, inclusion, stability, justice, peace etc. around the world.
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