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U.S. President Joe Biden Showed indoctrination with Indians

US President|America's newly elected President Joe Biden has nominated 20 Indian-Americans, including 13 women, to key positions in his administration. Of these 20 Indian-Americans, at least 17 people will hold important positions in the powerful White House.

One percent of the total population of America is Indian-American and for the first time in any administration, such a large number of people will be appointed from this small community. Biden will be sworn in as the 46th President of the US on January 20, and Kamala Harris will take oath on the same day as the first female Vice President of the country.

Harris will be the first Vice President of Indian origin in the US. She will also be the first African-American to take up this assignment.

For the first time, so many Indians got a place in administration

This is the first time such a large number of Indian-Americans have been nominated in the administration of a president before the swearing-in ceremony. Many positions are still vacant in Biden's administration.

Tandon appointed as budget director and Dr. Murthy Surgeon General

Top of the list are Neera Tandon and Dr. Vivek Murthy. Tandon has been nominated as director of management and budget for the White House office in the Biden administration, and Dr. Murthy as US Surgeon General. Vanita Gupta has been named Associate Attorney General of the Ministry of Law. Biden on Saturday appointed Ujra Jeya, a former Foreign Service officer, as the Under Secretary of State for Civil Defense, Democracy and Human Rights.

The founder of Indiaspora, MR Rangaswamy, said that the dedication the Indian-American community has shown over the years to public service has been recognized at the very beginning of this administration. I am particularly happy that there are more women among them. Mala Adiga has been appointed as the policy director of future first lady Dr. Jill Biden and Garima Verma has been appointed digital director of the office of first lady, while Sabrina Singh has been appointed as her deputy press minister.

Two Kashmiris also got space in White House

For the first time in the White House, two Indian-Americans who originally belong to Kashmir are ranked. Among them, Ayesha Shah has been named the Partnership Manager of Digital Strategy at the White House office and Sameera Fazli has been named Deputy Director of the US National Economic Council at the White House.

Another Indian-American Bharata Ramamurthy has been appointed Deputy Director in the White House National Economic Council. Gautam Raghavan has been named Deputy Director in the Office of Presidential Personnel at the White House. Vinay Reddy has been named Biden's speech director. Vedanta Patel will take over as the Assistant Press Minister of the President.

Three Indians in the White House National Security Council

Three Indian Americans have been nominated to the National Security Council of the White House. Tarun Chhabra has been appointed Senior Director of Technology and National Security, Sumona Guha has been appointed as Senior Director for South Asia and Shanti Kalathil as Democracy and Human Rights Coordinator.

These Indian women got a place in the White House

Apart from these, Sonia Aggarwal has been named Senior Advisor for Environmental Policy and Innovation at the Office of Domestic Environment Policy at White House and Vidur Sharma has been named Policy Advisor for Investigations in White House COVID-19 Action Team. Two Indian American women have been appointed to the White House Advisory Office. Neha Gupta has been appointed Associate Council and Reema Shah as Deputy Associate Council.

In addition, three other South Asians have been nominated to key positions in the White House for the first time. Pakistani-American Ali Zaidi has been appointed as White House Deputy National Climate Advisor, Sri Lankan-American Rohini Kosoglu as Vice-President's domestic policy advisor and Jayan Siddiqui as Senior Advisor to the White House Deputy Chief of Staff.

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