Indian-Americans appeal to Russia

A group of eminent Indian-Americans have expressed solidarity with the people of Ukraine. An organization called the American Hindu Coalition, in collaboration with the Indo-US Security Council, organized an event called “Indian-American Citizens” in the Parliament House against the genocide in Ukraine. He called on Russia to immediately suspend its actions against civilians in Ukraine. […]
 


Indian-Americans appeal to Russia

A group of eminent Indian-Americans have expressed solidarity with the people of Ukraine. An organization called the American Hindu Coalition, in collaboration with the Indo-US Security Council, organized an event called “Indian-American Citizens” in the Parliament House against the genocide in Ukraine. He called on Russia to immediately suspend its actions against civilians in Ukraine.

Addressing the event, an Indian-American legislator, Raja Krishnamurthy said that Indo-US relations go beyond political parties and elected leaders. Relations between the two countries are based on shared values ​​of human rights, secular democracy and freedom. “I know there are some complications in India-US relations and I hope that with time we will sort them out,” Krishnamurthy said. Indian and Indian government can work together to solve the complexities.

Krishnamurthy said the Chinese Communist Party is a long-term strategic threat to the US and India. “If we are going to face that long-term strategic threat, we have to come forward to help those who are fighting against the dictatorship,” he said. Alok Srivastava, executive director of American Hindu Alliance, said, “This event is to show our solidarity and support for the people of Ukraine. This is not against any country, but to show our support. What is happening in Ukraine is very unfortunate.