Indian Community Gathers At Times Square, New York In Support Of BJP-Led Government In Bihar
Tomorrow is the first phase of Bihar election and its echo has been heard as far as Times Square in New York. The Indian community gathered today to hold discussions about it and voiced who they are looking as the new government who can improve the economic and employment scenario.
The community dubbed the gathering as “Litti Pe Charcha,” similar to what the 2014 general election was for PM Narendra Modi – “Chai Pe Charcha.”
More than 200 members of the community discussed about the elections and sent a message to the youths in Bihar to exercise their right to vote. They talked about unemployment, poverty, education, corruption, migration, law and order, health and agriculture in the state.
It is learned such type of gatherings may also be seen across the US in coming days.
Manik Tyagi, who represented ‘Vote For India,’ said they are concerned about the state’s current situation such as lack of employment and poor investment climate.
Representating a large group of Non-Resident Indian (NRI) youth, Anil Sharma, said underutilisation of human resources in the state is also a matter of concern.
The NRIs voiced support for BJP-led government in Bihar. Some of the community members shared their views of leveraging PM Modi’s leadership.