Press Release: Rahul Gandhi, India’s John F Kennedy -NRI’s, Youth.
San Francisco. CA. USA. Gurdan Singh John F.Kennedy was born on May 29,1917 to a political family, went to Harvard, served US Military, became President of USA at the age of 43 years. The World remembers him for his famous words “Do not ask what the country can do for you, but ask yourself what you can do for your country”, more effective slogan, on which America was built “for the people, of the people, by the people”.
Since the Chief Election Commission, has announced the elections to be held in India, for Lok Sabha, the Non Resident Indians, in United States, Canada, England, South Africa, Australia and many other countries are closely watching the campaigns of the Congress, BJP, Aam Admi, including the Third Front and State Political parties.
NRI children, who were born outside India, often ask their parents to make comparison between Indian Leaders and Presidents of USA, Prime Ministers of Canada, U.K. or Australia. There are two clear choices emerging on the India’s National Horizon and eventually India’s electorate will choose between Rahul Gandhi and Narendra Modi, with Arvind Kejriwal leading at the Third spot. Many NRI Associations and Foreign Cells of Congress, BJP, Aam Admi, are assisting in Moral support for their respective parties, back home in India.
Rahul Gandhi, born on June 19,1970, graduating from Universities in US, U.K., is leading India’s pack, well entrenched has obtained maturity, to make the balance act of Old India and 22nd Century India. There were 100 NRI Youth, each asked 5 questions, who participated in a forum to elect the new Prime Minister of India, from the three, Gandhi, Modi and Arvind, held in Seattle, San Francisco, Vancouver, Toronto, New York and Chicago, via email and Skype.
Narendra Modi is little known outside India, received low marks on his education, perception to represent India, with an impression of “Right Wing”, leader emerging from Gujarat and not even once travelled outside India to West, Europe or Mid-East. “His campaign splits venom for India’s Youth and peace in the region”, wrote Ashish Patel of New York State University, in his email. Arvind Kejriwal has the support of recent Immigrants, who are sick of the Corruption and Law and order of State Governments. ” Arvind is a true follower of Mahatma Gandhi”, wrote Sonia Mishra of Long Beach State University, in Los Angeles. Rahul Gandhi has emerged from the protected wings, to be claimed as a leader with qualities of John F Kennedy, ” who was fearless and committed to build New America”, fighting with the Mafia and Communism, when he took Office as President of the United States”, wrote Sahiba Kaur of AUA Medical University.
History proves all tall world leaders put their lives at risk for its people, despite having all the world treasures and comfort, is the story of Rahul Gandhi, in the year 2014. “RG is of the people, by the people and for the people”, said Gurdan Bajwa of the Indian Overseas Youth Congress, a born naturalized U.S. Citizen. Narendra Modi and Arvind Kejriwal, both could not be compared to any National Leader in the U.S.A., Canada, U.K. or Australia. The exercise undertaken by India Research Group, was to educate the NRI’s on their perception of India, which is emerging as a G-9 Nation. We also thank Indian Overseas Congress, Overseas BJP and Aam Admi Party USA, for providing us the platform for a fair comparison of National Leaders of India, said Kamal Gupta of IRG. Washington D.C.
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