Washington: The results of the US Presidential Election have been revealed, with Democratic candidate Joe Biden being elected as the 46th President of the country and Kamala Harris the Vice President. Kamala Harris of Indian origin also said in her first address after the victory that we have the power to create a better future, thanking the Americans for expressing confidence.
He further said that I am thankful to a woman for my presence here and that is my mother Shyamala Gopalan, when my mother came to India from India at the age of 19, she might not have thought about this moment and this day. But he deeply believed in American values, where such a moment is possible.
‘This is just the beginning for women’
Today, I am thinking about my mother and the women of her generation, black women, Asian, white, Latin, Native American women, who have been constantly struggling for this moment in American history, I thank them all day. Kamla said that I am definitely a woman going to the office of the Vice President, but I am confident that I will not be the last, but this series will continue even now. It is known that Kamla Harris is the first woman to reach the post of Vice President of America.
Let me tell you that after the victory and before the address Kamala Harris released a video changing her Twitter bio, in which she said that this election which means a lot to Biden and me, it is about the soul of America. Are and about our will to fight for it. Now we have a lot of work ahead of us, let’s start. Along with this, she was seen celebrating her happiness with Biden in the video and was saying that we did it.
Kamala Harris’s roots are associated with India
It is known that the new Vice President of the United States of America Kamala Harris has roots in India, in fact her mother was from Tamil Nadu, her ancestral village in Tullasanthirapuram, Tamil Nadu. For this reason, happiness is being celebrated in India about the victory of Kamla Harris.
‘America’s Vice President Likes Idli-Dosa’
On the victory of Kamala Harris, Congress MP from Thiruvananthapuram in Kerala, Shashi Tharoor, retweeting former Congress President Rahul Gandhi’s tweet, wrote, ‘All democratic Indians will celebrate these sentiments vigorously as we too, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris Rahul Gandhi’s best wishes are included in the victory and an important thing personally, I am also happy that the Vice President of America has become a person who likes to make idli and dosa. ‘