Looking forward to work together: PM Modi congratulates Biden & Kamala Harris
PM Modi, congratulated Joe Biden, who is going to become President and wrote- Good luck for your great victory. Your contribution as Vice-President for Indo-US relations was commendable.
New Delhi: The new president of America has been elected. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has also congratulated the new President of America, Joe Biden on the victory of Joe Biden. He also wished Kamala Harris the Vice President. With this, Prime Minister Modi has expressed the hope that Joe Biden and Kamala Harris will touch India-US relations to new heights.
PM Modi wishes Joe Biden:
PM Modi, congratulated Joe Biden, who is going to become President and wrote- Good luck for your great victory. Your contribution as Vice-President for Indo-US relations was commendable. I will be happy to work with you once again to take Indo-US relations to new heights. '
Kamala Harris becomes Vice President
In another tweet, he also congratulated Indian-origin Kamala Harris on becoming Vice President. PM Modi wrote - Your success is inspiring. This is a proud moment not only for your Chittis (in Tamil - Mauss), but also for all Indian-Americans. I hope that India-US relations will touch new heights with your leadership and cooperation. '
Who is Joe Biden?
Everyone wants to know who Biden is? Who defeated Trump so massively. Joe Biden's full name is Joseph Robinett Biden Jr. He was born on 20 November 1942 in Scranton, Pennsylvania. The father's name was Joseph Robinette Biden. He was of Catholic Irish descent. Mother's name was Catherine Eugene Finnegan. Joe Biden was a total of three brothers and one sister. Which was the eldest. The financial condition of his house was not so good. But when his father became a car salesman, his home's financial situation changed.
First Indian lady who became Vice President of America: Kamala
Kamala Harris of Indian origin, who has become the new Vice President of America, has made history. Joe Biden became the 46th President of the United States with a victory in Pennsylvania. With this, Kamala Harris became the first African-American and South Asian-American Vice President of the country.