India-US relationship runs deep: Kamala Harris' uncle

The India-US relationship runs very deep and it doesn't matter who becomes next the President of the United States of America, said G. Balachandran, uncle of US Vice Presidential candidate Kamala Harris

Nov 04, 2020
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The India-US relationship runs very deep and it doesn't matter who becomes next the President of the United States of America, said G. Balachandran, uncle of US Vice Presidential candidate Kamala Harris. Balachandran is a former consultant at the Manohar Parrikar Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses (MP-IDSA).

With a doctorate in Economics and Computer Science from the University of Wisconsin, Balachandran's specialisation includes issues related to economics and technology.

"Now I am an unemployed uncle of US Vice Presidential candidate Kamala Harris. The media is talking to me now because I am her uncle," Balachandran told IANS.

Queried about the possible changes in the US-India relationship if there is a change in the US presidency, Balachandran said: "The relationship between the two countries has gone very deep. It does not matter who becomes the President - Trump or Biden. The China factor is common for both countries."

"I feel happy for Kamala and also for my late sister Shyamala (Harris' mother). Shyamala was a great motivator and an exceptional person. As a young girl she went to the US in the 1960s all alone and then raised two girls - Kamala and Maya - on her own," he said.

(IANS) 

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