After Vice-President Kamla Harris, India-US Relations Will Be Stronger - White House


The White House has said that relations between India and America will be strengthened by Kamla Harris becoming Vice President of the US.

White House press secretary Jane Saki said in a daily press conference that President Joe Biden respected the long-standing bipartisan successful relationship between the two countries. Significantly, Biden was sworn in as America's 46th president on Wednesday.

In response to a question on the Indo-US relationship in the Biden administration, Saki said, "President Biden has visited India many times. He respects the long-standing successful bipartisan relationship between leaders in India and America, recognizing its importance. The Biden administration is hopeful of taking it forward. '

He said that this relationship will be strengthened by Kamla Harris becoming Vice President of Indian origin.

"Biden has elected him (Harris) and he is the first Indian to become the Vice President of the United States," said Saki. Certainly, this is not only a historic moment for all of us in this country, but it will also intensify our relationship. '

Let us tell you that on January 20, Joe Biden was sworn in as President and Kamala Harris as Vice President. Kamala Harris is the first black and African-Asian woman to hold such a large post in America. Kamala Harris's mother Shyamala was from a village in Chennai, so Kamla Harris becoming Vice President of American is nothing less than a matter of pride.