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HinduPACT Ohio Chapter Meets Ohio Congressman Steve Chabot

June 28, 2021 In pursuance of HinduPACT USA’s objectives, the Ohio Chapter organized a lunch meeting with Ohio’s Congressional District 1 Republican Congressman Steve Chabot on June 28, 2021, at Indian Spice Train restaurant in West Chester, Ohio. Congressman Chabot is Co-chair of India Caucus in the US House of Representatives. Chrissy Haslam, one of the Congressman’s assistants, also attended ...

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HinduPACT Outlines Hindu Agenda for First 100 Days of Biden/Harris Administration

January 21, 2020 American Hindus played a key role in the battleground states during the 2021 Presidential elections with an estimated 60 percent of American Hindus voting for candidates on the Democratic ticket.  HinduPACT, one of the key organizations representing Hindus in the US, urges the Biden administration to take action on the following issues that are of importance to the Hindu com ...

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HinduPACT Press Release on the Riots at Capitol Hill

The following statement was issued by HinduPACT, an initiative of World Hindu Council of America(VHPA). HinduPACT has stood for the democratic right to peaceful protest. However, the events this week at the Capitol Hill are not reflective of peaceful protests. We believe that such riots undermine the democracy and democratic processes and must be denounced by all. We also believe that there is ...

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HinduPACT Press Release on Presidential Elections

The following statement was issued by Ajay Shah, Convener, HinduPACT USA: While the official elections have yet to be certified, the media has projected Vice President Biden and Sen. Harris as winners of the elections.  If these results eventually hold, on behalf of American Hindus we congratulate the Democratic ticket.  We want to commend a record number of voters who turned out ...

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HinduPACT Co-Sponsors 2020 Presidential Debate from Hindu Perspective

HOUSTON: The political divide between Hindu supporters of US President Donald Trump and his Democratic challenger Joe Biden is getting deeper with the presidential election less than two weeks away and the starting of early polls in some states.  In a sign of the growing political prominence of Hindus in America, the Trump and Biden campaigns are wooing this religious minority community like n ...