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4 Indian-Americans have won the election of the House of Representatives again with a strong performance in the US election The lower house of the US Parliament, the House of Representatives, was also simultaneously contested, with Ami Bera, Ro Khanna, Pramila Jaipal and Raja Krishnamurthy all being elected by the Democratic Party for another term. At the same time, Kamla Harris of Indian origin is the Vice Presidential candidate from the Democratic Party.

Let us tell you that Raja Krishnamurthy is also called the unofficial group of Indian-American MPs as ‘Samosa Caucus’. Now after winning the election, it has also been ensured that he will once again take tea sips as a Congress representative.

Now another leader is leading in his constituency and there is a possibility of him winning. The count for his constituency is still going on

Raja Krishnamurthy is considered such a tremendous candidate that the Republican Party did not field a candidate against him in Illinois. He made Libertarian Party candidate 41Beat by 8 percent Pramila Jaipal defeated her Republican Party rival from Washington State 69Beat by a big margin of 6 percent

Ro Khanna also won big from California constituency They 74Received 6 percent of the vote and badly defeated Republican Ritesh Tandon Tandon only 25Only 4 percent of the votes could be received Amri Berra, another leader from California, beat her Republican rival 22Won by 8 percent margin

However, an Indian-origin leader from California suffered a defeat, contested by the Republican Party. Nisha Sharma, Democrat candidate Mark Desoulanier 50 in race to reach HouseBeat by 6 percent Hiral Tipirneni, another Indian-American from Arizona, leads with a count of votes counted until 3 pm on Wednesday He was third with 29 percent of the votes from his Republican rival David Schweckert.Has gained 4 percent

Mr. Preston Kulkarni 7, considered a strong candidate in Texas after a campaign of Indian secularists, Democratic Party liberals and IslamistsLost by 3 percent, as he was accused of having links with the Hindutva organization Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) The former US diplomat attended Modi’s ‘Howdy Modi’ rally with President Donald Trump in Houston last year and contributed to his election campaign.

Republican manga Anantamula to Democrat candidate Gary Connolly in Virginia 43Suffered a drastic defeat of 4 percent Tulsi Gabbard, who is not of Indian origin but is the first Hindu elected to the House, did not run for re-election after failing for the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination. Republican Ritkin Mehta gets Senate race from Corey Booker 22Lost by 7 percent

At the state level, Neeraj Antani was elected to the Ohio State Senate He has been a member of the State House of Representatives for three times. He won for the first time when he was only 23 years old and at that time he became one of the youngest representative in the country.Kevin Thomas was once again elected as state senator in New York

Joharan Mamdani, son of filmmaker Meera Nair, wins New York State seat

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World news – IN – US elections: These four Indian-American candidates did wonders


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